May 23, 2018
Cypress Springs High School sophomore Vivian Ezebuiro (third from left) and senior Brittney King (fourth from left) hold banners displayed their winning logo designs selected for the 2019 CFISD Technology Festival. King’s design will be featured on the festival’s t-shirt. Ezebuiro’s design will be the official banner and logo for the festival brochure. Joining them during a presentation at the school May 22 were (from left) Peggy Leonhardt, instructional technology specialist; Dr. Cheryl Henry, Cypress Springs principal; Diana Lookabaugh, Cypress Springs digital art teacher; and Amy Kainer, instructional technology specialist. (Photo by Yolanda Pedraza, Cypress Springs HS)
May 23, 2018—Representatives of CFISD’s instructional technology department surprised two Cypress Springs High School students on campus this month with the announcement that their logo designs were chosen to represent the 2019 Technology Festival.
Instructional technology specialists Amy Kainer and Peggy Leonhardt visited Cypress Springs on May 22 to make the presentation in Diana Lookabaugh’s classroom.
Senior Brittney King and sophomore Vivian Ezebuiro’s logos were selected to brand the CFISD Technology Festival, which is scheduled for April 11, 2019 at the Berry Center. The event showcases digital learning and 21st century technology skills from CFISD students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
The 2019 edition will mark the 10-year anniversary of the Technology Festival.
King’s design will be featured on the festival’s t-shirt, while Ezebuiro’s design will be the official banner and logo for the festival brochure.
“Vivian’s 3D banner design conveys the feeling of excitement that is in the air as you visit with student presenters at the Technology Festival,” Kainer said. “Brittney’s logo design expresses the ‘inner workings’ of our students’ ideas shifting to high levels of problem solving and creating. Both Vivian and Brittney’s logo designs represent the creativity and talents of our CFISD students.”