2018 Law Day Coloring/Poster Contest

By Ashley Stollar

In celebration of Law Day, the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts, Georgia Council of Court Administrators, and the Georgia Department of Education sponsored the Second Annual Law Day coloring/poster contest. The Judicial Council met on April 27 in Athens, GA, and judged the four categories: Pre-K thru 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade thru 5th Grade, Original Middle School Poster, Original High School Poster.


And the winners are:

Pre-K thru 2nd Grade

 PreK-2nd Grade First Place Winner










First Place - Kailey Holley, Williams Elementary


PreK-2nd Grade Second Place Winner











Second Place - Mason Teems, Leroy Massey Elementary


PreK-2nd Grade Second Place Winner











Third Place - Piper Stinson, Saddle Ridge Elementary School


3rd thru 5th Grade

3rd-5th Grade First Place















First Place - Deztiny Favors, Williams Elementary


3rd-5th Grade Second Place















Second Place - Anniston Pierce, Saddle Ridge Elementary


3rd-5th Grade Third Place















Third Place - LaReina Evans, Pharr Elementary


  Middle School Original Poster

 Middle School First Place














First Place - Vanessa Tran, Pulaski County Middle School


Middle School Second Place















Second Place - Linea Romano, STEM Academy @ Bartlett


Middle School Third Place











Third Place - Samira Ewetola, STEM Academy @ Bartlett


 High School School Original Poster

High School First Place











First Place - Camille Donaldson, Grady High School


High School Second Place











Second Place - Sienna Joseph, Maelle Gutierrez-Casal, Hannah Mendoza, Grady High School

High School Third Place











Third Place - Emma Uppelschoten, Grady High School








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