Hill Farm Student Illustrates Endangered Species


Hill Farm second graders have been studying animals and their habitats. As part of the lesson, a biologist from the Fish and Wildlife Services provided information about endangered species in the Natural State. Students were encouraged to research a native endangered species in Arkansas and use that knowledge in an illustration for the Arkansas Endangered Species Art Contest.  


Olivia "Rain" Sullivan, a student in Mrs. Tara Begoon's class, placed first in the K-2 division for the entire state of Arkansas. Her entry was the Rattlesnake-Master Borer Moth. Rain received a plaque and a $100 gift card. Her work will be displayed in the Endangered Species Day exhibit at the Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center in Little Rock.


Congratulations on this achievement!