First Circuit Court Announces Law Day 2017 Poster Contest WinnersPosted on May 9, 2017 in Featured News, News & Reports
Fifth grader Kelsey Carvill of Le Jardin Academy and third grader Sidney Mendez of Pearl City Highlands Elementary School were the top winners of the First Circuit Court’s 2017 Law Day poster contest.
Students in the 2nd through 5th grades from every public and private school on Oahu were invited to submit original artwork reflecting this year’s Law Day theme — The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy. First Circuit judges evaluated the students’ posters on interpretation of the Law Day theme, originality/creativity, and visual impact.
The winners were awarded certificates and medals and their artwork will be displayed in various courthouses on Oahu. The 1st place winners also received a pizza party for their class.
Here is the complete list of winners:
2nd and 3rd Grade Category:
1st Place: Sidney Mendez, 3rd Grade, Pearl City Highlands Elementary School
2nd Place: Hunter Horiuchi, 3rd Grade, Pearl City Highlands Elementary School
3rd Place: Julianna Muramoto, 3rd Grade, Pearl City Highlands Elementary School
4th and 5th Grade Category:
1st Place: Kelsey Carvill, 5th Grade, Le Jardin Academy
2nd Place: Franklin Hung, 5th Grade, Mary, Star of the Sea
3rd Place: Sean Kim, 5th Grade, Mary, Star of the Sea