The USD 490 Safety Wildly Important Goal (WIG) group sponsored an anti-bullying poster contest during anti-bullying week November 12-16.
The winners of the contest were announced on December 6. A first place winner and two or three Honorable Mentions were awarded to EHS, EMS, and the elementary schools. The prize for first place was a $25 gift card to Walmart and students who received Honorable Mention won some school swag.
The purpose of the contest was to raise awareness of bullying, encourage students to be kind to one another, and make sure they know how to report bullying.
At EHS, Kira Schafer won first place. Ethan O'Brien, Kara McLaren, and Nalea Payton received Honorable Mention.
L-R: Kira Schafer, Kara McLaren, Nalea Payton, Ethan O'Brien
At EMS, Aysha Nkrumbih won first place. Jeffrey Hamm and Kaitlynn Perrill received Honorable Mention.
L-R: Aysha Nkrumbih, Jeffrey Hamm, Kaitlynn Perrill
At the elementary level, Taylor Meinen (Grandivew) won first place. Amanda Grace Frye (Blackmore), Carly Carter (Grandview), and Lillian Hamlin-Mefford (Grandview) received Honorable Mention.
L-R: Lillian Hamlin-Mefford, Taylor Meinen, Carly Carter
Amanda Grace Frye