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Jagger earns state honors for photo: ISMS student wins best photo in Middle School Div.

March 14, 2014

Pictured is Alissa Jagger’s winning photo, “Price for Freedom.” Jagger is a student at Indian Springs Middle School.

INDIANAPOLIS — A local student’s photo earned state recognition last week.
Alissa Jagger’s photo, “Price for Freedom” (pictured right), won the Middle School Division at the statewide exhibition at the Indiana Statehouse on Sunday.

The photo was featured in The Post & Mail several weeks ago, as Jagger earned honorable mention in the Regional Scholastic Competition.

Jagger’s art teacher, Mary Hilger, decided to enter Jagger’s photo in another competition, the Indiana Youth Art Month Celebration.

Jagger’s photo competed against middle school art from around the state.
Youth Art Month is an annual observance every March to emphasize the value of art and art education for all children, and to encourage public support for quality school art programs.

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