BMS students recognized for drug prevention awareness posters

The winners of the BMS poster contest, from left, front row: Jane Finley (first place), Barbara Aldridge (judges' choice), Mason Hewko (judges' choice), Sophia Beauchesne (judges' choice), Grace Chilton (judges' choice), Trinity Conley (second place), Kayla Maust (judges' choice), Danielle Gaudino (third place). Back row: Sean McAndrews, Bay Middle School principal; Foster McMasters, Bay Village Kiwanis; and Clint Keener, Bay Schools superintendent. Photo by Karen Derby

Bay Middle School students particated in the school's annual Drug Prevention Awareness Poster Contest, coordinated by both the science and art teachers in conjunction with the spring drug education unit and our state's drug awareness month. The first, second and third place winners and judges' choice award winners received gift certificates supported once again this year by Bay Kiwanis.

"Kiwanis is proud to support this program," said Kiwanis member, Foster McMasters. Coordinators of the program added: "We are glad the students and teachers take time to discuss and do projects around this important issue."

Approximately 60 students participated in the contest.

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Volume 8, Issue 11, Posted 9:47 AM, 06.07.2016