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We congratulate our 2014 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
Mozie VanRaaij - Grade 6 - Ridgewood Elementary School, Springfield, Ohio
Anna Blumberg - Grade 7 - Burnsold Middle School, Marysville, Ohio
KnowEl Willhight - Grade 8 - Maumee Valley Country Day School, Toledo, Ohio
Zoee Biddle - Grade 9 - Southeastern High School, South Vienna, Ohio
Zachary Schreckenberger - Grade 12 - Green High School, Green, Ohio
Art Contest Winners
Gabby Hougan - Grade 6 - Springboro Intermediate School, Springboro, Ohio
Kaylee Green - Grade 7 - Lockland Middle School, Lockland, Ohio
Alyssa Buck - Grade 8 - Worthingway Middle School, Worthington, Ohio
Lauren Neese - Grade 10 - Notre Dame Academy, Toledo, Ohio
Karriann Gerchak - Grade 11 - Garfield Heights High School, Garfield Heights, Ohio
Reem Hajeir - Grade 11 - Notre Dame Academy, Toledo, Ohio
Courtney Molea - Grade 12 - Springfield High School, Akron, Ohio
Multimedia Contest Winner
KeShun Jones - Streetsboro Middle School, Streetsboro, Ohio
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission honored these students from across the state of Ohio with an awards ceremony on Thursday, February 27, 2014.
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