Spillane Middle School seventh-grader students Connor Kaminski (pouring water) and Tristan Huffman showcase their project, which replicates a watershed and its water flow, at the CFISD Horizons Student Showcase on Jan. 28, 2019, at the Berry Center (CFISD courtesy photo)
Spillane Middle School seventh-grader students Connor Kaminski (pouring water) and Tristan Huffman showcase their project, which replicates a watershed and its water flow, at the CFISD Horizons Student Showcase on Jan. 28, 2019, at the Berry Center (CFISD courtesy photo)

CYPRESS TEXAS — Nearly 3,000 students, parents and community members visited the Berry Center on Jan. 28 for the 2019 HORIZONS Student Showcase, allowing students in the gifted and talented program to present and exhibit a vast array of advanced-level projects and products.

HORIZONS students of all ages and showcased their many gifts and talents for family members and the CFISD community.

“The HORIZONS Showcase provides a wonderful opportunity for our gifted and talented students to display their talent and creativity by showcasing the projects produced in their (Gifted and Talented) classes,” said Katrina Nelson, CFISD director of advanced academics. “It also allows the parents, friends and family in our Cy-Fair community to see how our amazing CFISD teachers nurture and support our students to bring out the very best in the students they serve. We want to acknowledge our CFISD teachers and students for making this year’s HORIZONS Showcase another successful event.”

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