One Missouri school gets to represent the state on the National Christmas Tree display in Washington, D.C. this year. The honors go to Sullivan High School, in eastern Missouri, with ornaments going on one of the 58 trees around the National Christmas Tree. Sullivan High School art teacher Valarie McEuen says ninth and tenth graders are showcasing some of the greatest features of Missouri and their area.

The 100th National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony will be December 11 on CBS. The public can see the ornaments in person through January 1.