Several Riverside High School students received recognition for their participation in this year’s Interdependence Hexagon exhibit.
Honorable mentions include: Lauren Hegedus, Madison Aulisio, Emily Taylor, John J. Kravitz and Halle Jones.
Emily Padilla’s work was named “most relevant to the interdependence theme.”
Nevica Molinaro work was named “most creative expression.”
Kyla Rose’s (junior high) and Abby Fairclough’s (high school) work received the Moscow Clay Works award and were named “most effective all-over interpretation.”
From left: teacher Lisa Temples, John Kravitz, Nevica Molinaro, Madison Aulisio, Emily Taylor, Kayla Rose, Halle Jones, Abbey Fairclough, Emily Padilla and teacher Denis Yanashot.