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Catholic Education Week Photo Contest Results

May 15, 2012 - We would like to share with everyone the winners of the Catholic Education Week photo contest. Firstly, we would like to thank all the schools, students and teachers that participated. The photo submissions and reflections were outstanding, and made for very hard decisions for the judging committee!
Thank you again to the students and staff that participated, for your hard work and creativity!!

And here are the winners...

Primary Division

First place - Kayleigh MacNeil, grade 3 St. Bernadette "My Tulip"
Second place - Ava Levecque, grade 1 St. Francis - "Daddy and Sam"

Junior Division

First place - Gianluca Ongaro, grade 4 St. Christopher "God Made the Sun"
Second place - Samantha Thorpe Judd, grade 4 St. David - "Express Yourself"

Intermediate Division

First place - Darnell Peltier, grade 8, St. Raphael "Shoes"
Second place - Cora Audette, grade 8 St. Anne - "Walking into God's Light"

Senior Division

First place - Elissa Punkkinen, grade 10 St. Benedict "God Works Through the Hands of His Children"



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