Western Pines Middle School took on the challenge of participating in the annual Street Painting Festival in downtown Lake Worth. Together, 16 eighth grade art academy students drew a white tiger with colorful stripes that measured out to be eight feet by 10 feet. The students had to make a sketch and do the dimension configuration. Teacher Angelica Cruz picked the top 15 designs that showed the most effort and that were going to be easily explained and executed. All of the students got to vote on the best drawing, and the winner got to be the director of the show. This was an amazing experience, and Cruz is extremely proud of all her students who offered to volunteer their time, along with their understanding parents.