Congratulations to the following budding artists who were named winners in the Drug Awareness Poster Contest!:

Emrie Bloom
1st Grade
Ella Podgurski
Aidan Wetzel
Honorable mention:  Jensine Stine
2nd Grade
Anesa Brown
Honorable Mention:  Eliza Fenstermacher, Landon Ferrara, and Jenna Billig
3rd Grade
Reese Brophy
Honorable Mention:  Ryan Hricenak, Brian Britton and Ashlynn Kuijpers
4th Grade
Riley Reed
Honorable Mention:    Autumn McCormick and Morgan Brill
5th  Grade
Karly Renn
Sienna Sosnoski
6th Grade
Kayla Gallagher
7th Grade
Jadyn Brezinski
8th Grade
Sheila Brassard
In addition to being a grade-level winner, Riley Reed was named the Elementary School Grand Prize Winner while Sheila Brassard was the Middle School Grand Prize Winner.  The students will be recognized at the Drug Awareness Town Hall Meeting Expo. Prizes were funded through the Communities In Schools Pennsylvania, My Voice PA campaign. Congrats to all!  



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