AISD Students Paint Football Helmets to be Displayed During NFL Draft in Arlington
By Office of Communication
Posted on April 18, 2018, April 18, 2018

Arlington ISD junior high art students are anxiously awaiting news about which school's decorated football helmet will be selected this week to be displayed in the Dallas Cowboys' war room on the opening night of the NFL Draft.

The Dallas Cowboys have posted photos of all 10 helmets on Facebook to have the public choose the winner. Voting is open until 10 a.m. Friday morning.

Click here to see all 10 helmets and participate in the Facebook vote.

The students who participated in the helmet decorating competition were the first to graduate from the stadium art program in 2015. Since the stadium art program's inception, more than 13,500 Arlington Independent School District elementary students have visited AT&T Stadium and created artwork inspired by the Dallas Cowboys Art Collection housed at the venue.

The NFL Draft is coming to AT&T Stadium on April 26-28.

All 10 helmets will be signed by NFL Draft Community Ambassador and former Dallas Cowboy DeMarcus Ware and made available on NFL Auction beginning Thursday, April 26. Proceeds benefit future Arlington ISD art programming.

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