Challenge: Creating notecards to be sent to honored students
TOWSON, MD. – Seven Baltimore County Public Schools students have been selected as winners in a We Are Team BCPS art challenge.
From a pool of 68 entries, the following winners were selected:
Angela Ma, Grade 4, Chapel Hill Elementary School
1st place – Katie Zhu, Grade 4, Jacksonville Elementary School
2nd place – Ryan Choi, Grade 5, Chapel Hill Elementary School
1st place – Neysa Johnson, Grade 8, Sudbrook Magnet Middle School
2nd place – Kathryn Hall, Grade 8, Parkville Middle School
1st place – Garrett Preston, Grade 12, Towson High School
2nd place – Lili Liao, Grade 12, Perry Hall High School
The artwork created by all seven students will be featured on notecards that will be used by BCPS Superintendent Dallas Dance to personally congratulate students who earn statewide, regional, national and international honors.
Prizes, provided courtesy of the Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools, are $50 for first-place winners, $25 for second-place winners and an e-reader for the grand prize winner. The prizes will be presented and winning students recognized at the May 6 meeting of the Board of Education of Baltimore County to be held at 6901 N. Charles Street in Towson, Building E, at 7 p.m.
The We Are Team BCPS campaign is designed to build pride and increase engagement in Baltimore County Public Schools. To learn more, visit www.bcps.org/teamBCPS.
The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools, Inc. is an independent, 501(c) (3) community-based organization that mobilizes the public, private and corporate will and resources in support of initiatives that are needed to guarantee a world-class public education for all Baltimore County students. For more information, please visit www.educationfoundationbcps.