May 28, 2012

School Notes

Winners of the 2012 Maine Constitution Poster Contest have been announced by Secretary of State Charles E. Summers, Jr.

The contest is open to Maine students from Kindergarten to Grade 5 in two age categories. For grades K-3 “Maine State Symbols” is the category and third grader Owen Kelley from Hall-Dale Elementary in Hallowell took top honors. For students in grades 4 and 5 the topic is “Maine History.” Fifth grader Charles Metcalfe from Kennebunkport Consolidated School, won first place for his poster depicting the Floods of 1936.

Due to a limited number of submissions, there were no essay winners this year.

To learn more and view winning entries from this year’s contest, visit

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