YAM Flag Winners!

2019 TN YAM Flag Design Contest Results


Thank you to all who participated in the TN Youth Art Month Flag Design Contest!  We had so many great entries.  Here are the results of the 2019 contest.  Sincere thanks go out to the members of the Fairfield Glade Art Guild for being our judges.  They are all enthusiastic artists in their own right. All participant names and schools were hidden during the judging of the flags.  And a big thanks to Sargent Art for all of the great prizes!!  Winners will receive information about their prizes soon.



Grand Prize Winner:

Kassidy Gray 11th Grade L&N STEM Academy, Knoxville Cheri Jorgenson

Kassidy’s flag design will be used for the TN flag at the 2019 NAEA Convention in NYC!  She will also receive $1000 in cash from Sargent Art.  Her teacher will receive $1500 worth of art supplies from Sargent as well to use in her classroom.



Elementary Level Winners

1st Place winner receives $100 in art supplies from Sargent, and their teacher receives $300 worth of art supplies from Sargent!

1st Place John Wilson 4th Donelson Elem, Arlington Natalie Morgan

2nd Place Ocean Thatcher 2nd Joseph Rogers Primary, Rogersville Dr. David Meade

3rd Place Jaxon Wooton 5th North Comberland Elem, Crossville Tristessa Howard




Middle Level Winners

1st Place winner receives $100 in art supplies from Sargent, and their teacher receives $300 worth of art supplies from Sargent!

1st Brenner Olson 7th Houston Middle School, Germantown Hanna Wroblewski

2nd Madelyn Myhre 8th Upperman Middle School, Baxter Janis Nunnally

3rd Lily Cheree Hamlet 8th Upperman Middle School, Baxter Janis Nunnally






High School Winners

1st Place winner receives $100 in art supplies from Sargent, and their teacher receives $300 worth of art supplies from Sargent!

1st Paige McConnell 11th Cumberland County High School Ginger Slate

2nd Ashley Burke 11th Cumberland County High School Ginger Slate

3rd Cassandra Housley 12th Dayton City School, Dayton Nela Swiney

HM Ian Rainey 11th L&N STEM Academy, Knoxville Cheri Jorgenson