Catholic Schools Week – Winners of foundation’s poster and essay contest are announced

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The Catholic Education Foundation has selected the winners of its annual Catholic Schools Week poster and essay contests.

Participants, which included students in kindergarten through high school, were asked to demonstrate, through their essays and posters, how “Catholic Schools: Learn, Live, Serve and Succeed.”

The winners of the poster contest, listed by division are:

  • Kindergarten through second-grade division, Lexie Douglas, St. Michael School;
  • Third through fifth-grade, Chiara Sullivan, John Paul II Academy;
  • Sixth- through eight-grade, Ally Mooney, St. Raphael School.

Each of the poster contest winners received a $250 cash prize.

Maggie March, a senior at Sacred Heart Academy, won the high school essay contest. March’s prize was a cash award of $1,000 and her essay is available by clicking here.

The contest winners were recognized at the Catholic Schools Week Mass Jan. 28.

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