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First Circuit Law Day 2019 Poster Contest Winners

Posted on Jun 21, 2019 in Featured News, News & Reports

 

2019 First Circuit Law-Day Poster Contest first place winner Morgyn Bunton, her family and First Circuit Chief Judge R. Mark Browning.

Morgyn Bunton, a fifth grader at St. Andrew’s Schools, won first place in the 3rd – 5th Grade Category. She is pictured with her family and First Circuit Chief Judge R. Mark Browning.

Fifth grader Morgyn Bunton of St. Andrew’s Schools, and seventh grader Genalle Anne Alvarez of Waipahu Intermediate School, are the winners in the 2019 First Circuit Law Day Art Poster Contest.

This year, the First Circuit opened its annual contest to all students on Oahu in grades 3 – 8. The contest asked students to interpret the Law Day theme, Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society, and submit an original piece of artwork. Students learned about First Amendment rights and created unique and creative artwork showcasing this year’s theme.

First Circuit judges graded entries based on the student’s interpretation of the theme, originality/creativity of their artwork, and visual impact.

First, second, and third prize winners each received a Law Day certificate, Law Day medal, and will have their artwork displayed at a courthouse on Oahu. First place winners in each category also won a pizza party for their class.

A complete list of winners is below:

3rd – 5th Grade Category:

1st Place: Morgyn Bunton, fifth grader, St. Andrew’s Schools

2nd Place: Julie Kang, third grader, Liholiho Elementary School

3rd Place: Enzo Miguel DeLeon, third grader, Ala Wai Elementary School

6th – 8th Grade Category:

1st Place: Genalle Anne Alvarez, seventh grader, Waipahu Intermediate School

2nd Place: Erika Penullar, seventh grader, Kapolei Middle School

3rd Place: Trinity Sperle, seventh grader, Kapolei Middle School

2019 First Circuit Law-Day Poster Contest first place winner Morgyn Bunton and First Circuit Chief Judge R. Mark Browning.

First place winner in the 3rd-5th Grade Category, Morgyn Bunton, fifth grader at St. Andrew’s Schools, received her medal and certificate from First Circuit Chief Judge R. Mark Browning at the school’s awards assembly.

2019 First Circuit Law-Day Poster Contest Second place winner Julie Kang with her teacher Lisa Darcey at Liholiho Elementary award ceremony.

Second place winner in the 3rd – 5th Grade Category, Julie Kang, third grader, with her teacher Lisa Darcey at the Liholiho Elementary School award ceremony.

2019 First Circuit Law-Day Poster Contest 3rd place winner Enzo Miguel DeLeon, teacher Stacy Batoon, Enzo’s family, First Circuit Chief Court Administrator Lori Okita, and Principal Michelle DeBusca.

Third place winner in the 3rd – 5th Grade Category, Enzo Miguel DeLeon, third grader at Ala Wai Elementary School with (from left) his teacher, Stacy Batoon, Enzo’s family, First Circuit Chief Court Administrator Lori Ann M. Okita, and Principal Michelle DeBusca.

2019 First Circuit Law-Day Poster Contest 1st place winner Genalle Anne Alvarez, Waipahu Intermediate School.

First place winner in the 6th – 8th Grade Category, Genalle Anne Alvarez, seventh grader at Waipahu Intermediate School.

2019 First Circuit Law-Day Poster Contest 2nd and 3rd place winners Erika Penullar (left) and Trinity Sperle Kapolei Middle School.

In the 6th – 8th Grade Category, both second and third place went to seventh graders at Kapolei Middle School. Second place winner Erika Penullar (left) and third place winner Trinity Sperle.