At Central High, senior Seanelle Clark received a Gold Key and a Silver Key for two ceramic pieces. She says it’s important that students are offered different opportunities to express their creativity.  
“Students need to be heard, and not everyone can do that through words,” said Clark. “This gives the students a chance to express themselves, a space where they feel unrestricted, something where they feel like they are wanted.”
The winning pieces are displayed at Omaha Public Schools Teacher Administrative Center through March, alongside art from students throughout Nebraska. Visit our district’s social media pages to view some of this year’s entries.