Small Steps, Big Changes Fifth Grade Poster Contest

Beginning in mid-July and running through August 21, winning designs from the Indiana Recycling Coalition’s 5th Grade Poster contest are on display at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.  Thanks to the Walmart State Giving Program, the Indiana Recycling Coalition sponsored a poster contest for fifth graders from around the state.  The theme was ‘Small Steps, Big Changes” and focused on the connection between recycling and reducing one’s carbon footprint.  Almost 300 students from across Indiana participated in the contest.  Prizes were awarded for the top 3 posters and honorable mentions were given to 7 posters.  The award winners are listed below:

First Place:

Brady Kimmel

Our Lady of Grace

Nobelsville, IN

Teacher:  Selena Scott

Second Place:

Sarah Guiff

Kingsway Christian School

Avon, IN

Teacher:  Monique Martin

Third Place:

Grace Harford

Lynnville Elementary

Lynnville, IN

Teacher:  Tanya Jerger

Honorable Mention:

Megan Rosta

Our Lady of Grace Catholic School

Fishers, IN

Teacher:  Selena Scott

Lauryn Leum

White Lick Elementary

Brownsburg, IN

Teacher:  Kathryn Callahan

Marie Spaer

Chrisney Elementary

Chrisney, IN

Teacher:  Marsh Grundhoefer

Megan Osborne

Lynnville Elementary

Lynnville, IN

Teacher:  Tanya Jerger

Josephine Behrens

White Lick Elementary

Brownsburg, IN

Teacher:  Kathryn Callahan

Brittany Lee

Pleasant Center Elementary

Fort Wayne, IN

Teacher:  Kathy Cavanagh

Madeline Murray

Eastern Pulaski Elementary

Winamac, IN

Teacher:  Kullen Day


Additional Contest details are posted here.

Thank you to the Walmart State Giving Program for its generous support of the IRC’s carbon footprint campaign!

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