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Saint Lucy Fifth Graders Honored in the City of Campbell’s Poster Contest

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Saint Lucy School fifth graders were recognized for their participation in the city of Campbell's annual Student Poster Contest.
Saint Lucy School fifth graders were recognized for their participation in the city of Campbell's annual Student Poster Contest.
Saint Lucy School fifth graders were recognized for their participation in the city of Campbell’s annual Student Poster Contest.

In May, the City of Campbell Civic Improvement Commission (CIC) recognized Saint Lucy School fifth graders for their participation in the annual Student Poster Contest at the CIC monthly meeting.

With the recurring theme of “What I Love about Campbell,” participants creatively illustrate people, places or things about Campbell that they enjoy. The submitted artwork is judged and rewarded based on neatness, legibility, and connecting to the contest’s theme through representation of Campbell, as well as on grammar and spelling.

Saint Lucy fifth graders took first, second, and fourth place in the competition. In addition, five honorable mentions were also awarded to SLS fifth graders during the meeting. A grand prize of a new mountain bike was awarded to the first place winner, fifth grader Mary Davis.

Fifth grade teacher Valerie Maynes added, “Students participating in this contest have an opportunity to reflect and more deeply appreciate the city where their school is located and how being part of the great community has had an impact on many.”