Austin ISD was awarded the District of Difference Award for the Visual Arts for the third 12 months in a row Aug. 31.
The District of Distinction award is specified each year by the Texas Artwork Education Affiliation to recognize college districts that are offering high-high quality arts applications to learners and advertising and marketing them to the group.
“We are honored to be one of the few districts in Texas to be awarded this distinction,” stated Alan Lambert, visible and accomplishing arts director. “This recognizes the accomplishment and excellence of our learners and teachers in Austin ISD, and sets us apart from bordering districts as perfectly as constitution and personal colleges.”
Only 4% of school districts in Texas gained the award. To qualify, each district submits their most effective artworks and should meet up with a checklist of requirements.
As the winner, Austin ISD will make a one minute online video highlighting lecturers, administrators and community members who have supported the visible arts programs.
“Austin ISD offers tunes and art to each and every elementary scholar on a three-working day rotation which is not out there in encompassing districts or charter educational facilities,” Lambert claimed. “Our artwork teachers are qualified specialists, and several of them are energetic artists and presenters throughout the professional and academic communities.”