Forty First Assembly District Students Art Featured At State Capitol

State Representative Joan Ballweg (R-Markesan) congratulates students from the 41st Assembly District who were selected as part of March’s Youth Art Month. Student art work is displayed in the Capitol rotunda from March 18th through March 31st.

Rep. Ballweg would like to congratulate the following students and their teachers:

Connor Casper, Halle Hiller, & Blace Dornacker –  Teacher Laura Duvall – Adams-Friendship Middle School           


Marina Segura, Amanda Gimenez, Halie Schmid, Allison Brasch, Lydia Eberhardy & Megan Janzen – Teachers Angela Breunig and Lori Rademann – Berlin High School           

Jordan Medina, Jennifer Henry, Hannah Schneider, Evelyna Mayer, Aziz Awad, Hailey Mitchell, John Polkinghorn, Anthony Juarez Burdue, & Addison Grimsled & Avori Romanelli – Teachers Kate Clausius and Julia Kaiser – Spring Hill Elementary and Middle School    

Hayley Corkran, Joshua Schmidt, & Marissa Olson – Teacher Alicia M. Young – Ripon High School

“Congratulations to these talented students and their teachers,” said Ballweg. “Youth Art Month emphasizes the value of art education for all children and encourages communities to support quality art programs and safety. The Visual arts helps develop student’s skills including problem solving, creativity, and communication, which employers are looking for. It goes to show that taking an art class in school can pay off down the road in more ways than one,” stated Ballweg.

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