04 Jan Two CCSD students win RTC Anti-Graffiti Art Contest
A pair of CCSD students won the Regional Transportation Commission’s (RTC) ninth annual Anti-Graffiti Art Contest. According to KTNV-TV, “Seventh graders Sharon Lee and Melanie Galicia Hernandez, of Bob Miller and Cashman Middle Schools respectively, were recognized as the top two winners of the Anti-Graffiti Art Contest. Their artwork will be displayed on the outside of a 40-foot RTC transit vehicle and will travel the Las Vegas valley streets for up to one year.” KTNV said more than 130 students from 10 local schools entered the contest, which encourages people to respect property by keeping it free of graffiti. The contest is sponsored in part by the Clark County School District.