SACS shines in island-wide art contest

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Front row, left to right, Elijah Paguio, Category 2 - second grade, second place; Gabriel Legaspi, Category 1 - first grade, second place; 2nd place; Raina Yamamoto, Category 2 - second grade, first place; Adrienne Castro, Category 3 - fourth grade, second place; Celestina Aguon, Category 3 - fourth grade, first place; and Miss Katlynn Sutherland, elementary art teacher. Back row, left to right, Mrs. Sonya Rios, Middle School (M.S.) Curriculum; Reo Okawa, M.S. sixth grade, second place; school principal Mrs. Lorena Chaco, M.Ed.; Elijah Lizama, M.S. eighth grade, fourth place; Frances Pakingan, M.S. eighth grade, first place; and Mr. Rolando Zepeda, M.S. art teacher. (Photo provided by SACS)

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Saint Anthony Raiders continue to shine as five elementary students and three middle school students placed in an island-wide poster contest, hosted by Homeland Security.

At the end of August, Homeland Security and Office of Civil Defense announced that in honor of National Preparedness month, they would be promoting the importance of planning and preparing for both man-made and natural disasters. Saint Anthony students took on the challenge of creating posters entitled “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.”

This poster contest is another prime example of how talented and creative these students are. On Sept. 29, 2017, the winners from the contest attended the awarding ceremony at Micronesia Mall. All winners received a disaster plan kit, perfect for any family. Saint Anthony continues to show support to all students as they discover their talents.

Winners

Elementary Winners and Places:
Gabriel Legaspi – Second Place
Raina Yamamoto – First Place
Elijah Jacob Paguio – Second Place
Celestina Irene Aguon – First Place
Adrienne Castro – Second Place

Middle School Winners and Places
Frances Pakingan – First Place
Reo Okawa – Second Place
Elijah Lizama – Fourth Place

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