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We congratulate our 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Art, Writing and Multimedia contest winners!
(Please click on the names to view the student's work)
Writing Contest Winners
Rasaun Calhoun II - Grade 6 - Greenview Middle School
Ann Kelemen - Grade 7 - Warner Middle School
Anirudh Vijayshankar - Grade 8 - Solon Middle School
Jessica Alvey - Grade 9 - St. John Central High School
Benjamin Keefer - Grade 10 - Jackson High School
Katherine Manning - Grade 11 - Springfield High School
Alexis Johnson - Grade 12 - Parma Community High School
Art Contest Winners
Kaylee Green - Grade 6 - Lockland Middle School
Sallie Fish - Grade 7 - St. Pius X School
Abby Smith - Grade 8 - Troy Junior High School
Yu Qing Chen - Grade 9 - Perkins High School
Rickell Yanno - Grade 10 - Jackson-Milton High School
David Cremeans - Grade 11 - Amanda-Clearcreek High School
Blake Fabick - Grade 12 - Tallmadge High School
Multimedia Award Winner
Hayley Neff - Amanda-Clearcreek High School
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