Students recognized with the 2019 CASB Art Awards


Susan Meek
Director of Strategic Engagement and Communications
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December 19, 2019

Students recognized with the 2019 CASB Art Awards

DENVER — The Colorado Association of School Boards (CASB) recognized the artwork of three students at its annual awards luncheon.

The contest was judged by separating the artwork into three grade categories: 

  • 1st - 5th grade

  • 6th - 8th grade

  • 9th - 12th grade

The Blue Ribbon winners were invited to attend the Friday Awards Luncheon with a parent or guardian to be recognized with their award. The award was presented by Job Gutierrez of Wold Architects and Engineers and Kathy Gebhardt, Immediate Past President of CASB, at the annual awards luncheon on Friday, December 6, where more than 500 education leaders gathered to celebrate excellence in public education. This is the third year the art contest was sponsored by Wold Architects and Engineers.


The Blue Ribbon winner for the 1st - 5th grade category went to Mason Cunningham, who attends Mead Elementary in St. Vrain Valley RE-1J School District. 

For the 6th - 8th grade category, the Blue Ribbon winner went to Hai Nay Ku Paw Moo,  who attends Roncalli STEM Academy in Pueblo School District 60.

The Blue Ribbon winner for the 9th - 12th grade category went to Danielle Mondragon, who attends Centauri High School in North Conejos School District.

The Awards Luncheon was held during CASB’s annual Convention last week. More than 1,100 school board members, superintendents, and education leaders from across Colorado gathered in Colorado Springs for professional development and networking. CASB is the only statewide organization that advocates for school board leadership in Colorado. It works to promote the interests and welfare of Colorado’s 178 school districts. CASB uses its expertise and collective state presence to provide cost-effective services and information to enable locally elected boards of education to operate efficiently and effectively in an increasingly complex and resource-challenged environment. 

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CASB is a Colorado nonprofit organization whose members consist of local boards of education throughout Colorado and whose mission is to advance excellence in public education through effective leadership by locally elected boards of education. CASB represents and advocates for more than 1,000 school board members and superintendents statewide.
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