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Awty Student Among Via Colori Artists
Awty Student Among Via Colori Artists

Eleventh grade student Lucia Wu was invited to create a mural at the 12th annual Houston Via Colori Street Festival. The following students spent many hours helping Lucia complete her 4 x 4 foot design of Elpis, Hope After HarveyGulara Alaskarova, Ynes Kang, George Kapitan, Sophia Pivnik, Blessing Utomi, Danielle Zabaneh, and Elissar Zabaneh. Congratulations to the participants in the festival. 

Via Colori benefits The Center for Hearing and Speech (CHS), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping deaf children listen, speak, and read. For 70 years, CHS has been dedicated to improving the lives of children with hearing loss through clinical, education and support services. All of the Center’s programs demonstrate a commitment to enable deaf children to reach their full potential by teaching them listening, speaking and literacy skills. Last year, CHS provided services to more than 8,600 children from 31 counties across Texas. For more information on CHS, visit www.CenterHearingandSpeech.org or follow CHS on Twitter @HelpingKidsHear.

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Eleventh grade student Lucia Wu was invited to create a mural at the 12th annual Houston Via Colori Street Festival. The following students spent many hours helping Lucia complete her 4 x 4 foot design of Elpis, Hope After HarveyGulara Alaskarova, Ynes Kang, George Kapitan, Sophia Pivnik, Blessing Utomi, Danielle Zabaneh, and Elissar Zabaneh. Congratulations to the participants in the festival. 
Seven students in the French section including Nolan Causer, Eduardo Dagnino, Louis Duchemin, Nathalie Jeanneret, Neelam Monroy, Joshua Santurbano, and Apolline Taxy all received Honorable Mention prizes at the 16th Annual Greater Houston Chinese Speech Contest.