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Students showcase work at Livingston Fair, take first place in several categories

French Settlement High School students will be front and center at the 2022 Livingston Parish Fair.

Students have entered a variety of individual competitions -- from artwork to livestock -- and are also representing FSHS in the school exhibit showcase. This year's theme for the exhibit centered around the theme of old and new traditions around Livingston Parish.


Check out some of the student work that placed:

1st place pencil drawing: Gabrielle Sibley

1st place watercolor: Kylie Walker

1st place poster: Kylie Walker

1st place pencil drawing: Kylie Walker

1st place chalk drawing: Sydney Henderson

1st place woodcraft, large item: Shane Nettles

1st place Black and white Photography: Reaghan McMorris

1st place woodburning: Haleigh Nettles

1st place canned pickles: Katie Daigle

1st place Jewelry: Katie Daigle

1st place Jewelry: Kylie Guitreau

1st place cardboard art: Bryon Baxter

1st place accessory: Bailey Rowell

1st place Digital Art: Tiffany Slade

1st place Acrylic paint: Tiffany Slade

2nd place fair poster contest winner: Paige Fennell

2nd place watercolor: Ava Peterson

2nd place woodcraft, small item: Haleigh Nettles

2nd place woodcraft, large item: Brant Henderson and Draven Smith

2nd place pencil drawing: Tiffany Slade

2nd place Color photography: Katie Daigle

2nd place Digital Art: Jac Draper

2nd place recyclable art: Aydien Williford

3rd place fair poster contest winner: Kori Shirley

3rd place woodcraft, large item: Gavin McMorris, Mason Hill, and Hance Roussel

3rd place pencil drawing: Julian Rivera

3rd place Acrylic paint: Caroline Draper

3rd place Recyclable Art: Berkleigh Cormier

4th place school exhibit: Kindal Coates, Gabrielle Sibley, Emma Petite and Masyn Tardiff