Earth Day Poster Contest

2014 Earth Day Poster Winners Announced

We are proud to announce the winners of the 2014 NETL Earth Day Poster contest. Students from schools across the country participated this year and we have chosen the top three entries in each grade (K-5). NETL Earth Day medals will be presented to all winners and certificates will be given to all participants.

Photos of the winning entries are displayed below by grade.

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade
 
Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade
 
Winners By Grade
 

 

Kindergarten
1st -Natalia Gonzalez / Holy Trinity School
2nd - Helene Ludwick / Holy Trinity School
3rd - Reagan Karda / Sloan Elementary
HM - Sophia Hubert / St. Mary School

FIRST GRADE
1st - Carrie Betten / Holy Trinity School
2nd - Ashlyn Gill / Holy Trinity School
3rd - Riley Lecker / Holy Trinity School
HM - Alexis Dorisio / Westwood Elementary School

SECOND GRADE
1st - Kailey Stakich
2nd - Thomas Torcasio / Pittsburgh Carmalt PreK-8
3rd - Isabella Garrity
HM - Collin Harris
HM - Skylar Byrnes / St. Mary School

THIRD GRADE
1st - Caroline Gao / North Albany Elementary
2nd - Alan Betten / Holy Trinity School
3rd - Kate Mickle / Holy Trinity School
HM - William Coleman / Pittsburgh Carmalt PreK-8

FOURTH GRADE
1st - Kennedy Walsh / Holy Trinity School
2nd - Madi Shiavo / Holy Trinity School
3rd - Jillian Frosell / Holy Trinity School
HM - McKenna Chestnutt / St. Malachy School

FIFTH GRADE
1st - Hannah Ye / Holy Trinity School
2nd - Cassidy Ashbaugh / Holy Trinity School
3rd - Tony Bianchi / Dormont Elementary
HM - Cassidy Angle / Dormont Elementary

 

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