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POSTER AND ESSAY CONTEST

2006 Winners

Grades K-2 poster contest on Official Vermont Symbols:

Winners:

Honorable Mention:

Ember Benatti
Hancock Village School, Hancock, VT


Mr. Bradley Bender's Art Class
Rutland City Primary, Rutland, VT

 

Ashima Fillbach
Calais Elementary School
Calais, VT

 

 

Grades 3-5 Posters Contest on a Vermont History Theme:

Co-Winners:

Honorable Mentions:


Sara Mornis
Reading Elementary School, Reading, VT
 

Delan Chen
Allen Brook School, Williston, VT

Ruby Dombeck and Phoebe Plank
Ferrisburgh Central School, Ferrisburgh, VT

Riley Carbone
Underhill Central School, Underhill, VT


 

 

Brenda Cui
Rick Marcotte Central School
 

 

Good Shepard School
St. Johnsbury, VT

Grades 6 to 8 Essay Contest on the Vermont Constitution:

Winner:

Honorable Mentions:

Religious Freedom (pdf file)
by
Chris Bergeron

Essex Middle School, Essex Junction, VT

 

Church and State: Separate or Inseparable?(pdf file)
by
Mathieu Morissette
Homeschool, St. Albans

 

 

 

 

 

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