Magnet Schools of America recently announced the winners of the 2017 Student Poster Contest. The top winner in the primary school level once again is a Kujawa Elementary School student.
The contest forms part of National Magnet School Month celebrations. The initiative highlights and promotes magnet schools across the country. This year students had the option to express or interpret one of the magnet school pillars or all five.
Students compete in one of three levels: elementary, middle and high school level. Online voting took place during National Magnet School Month. Voters selected the top five posters from each level. Students had to adhere to the theme as well as provide a clear and concise message. They also voted on originality and organization as well as the use of color and design.
Kujawa Elementary School student Miguel Frías won first place in the elementary level. The fourth grade student’s art teacher is Kelly Patterson.
This is not the first time a Kujawa Education Center student earns a spot in the top two places in the elementary level. Last year, Estefany Ramírez-González won first place. In 2015, John Duong won second place. The Kujawa EC/PK Center had a student, Dream Henderson, earn second place in 2014.
Patterson is proud of Miguel.
“Miguel worked hard on his poster,” said Patterson. “It‘s wonderful to see him earn recognition.”
Director of Written Communication & Spanish Media
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