Dallas Elementary School fourth grade student wins poster contest


Elizabeth Viglone, fourth grade student at Dallas Elementary School, was recently selected as the Pennslvania State Winner for the 2016 Shade Foundation Poster Contest. Every year, students from kindergarten through eighth grade from every state and US territory are invited to create posters that reflect sun safety action steps they learn through the SunWise curriculum. Elizabeth learned of the contest through her health teacher, Angela Lizonitz. Posters were judged on the ability to show at least five of the Sun Safety Action Steps, creativity, originality, and quality of artwork. As her award, Elizabeth will receive a Shade Foundation backpack and Sun Safety Kit.



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    Elizabeth Viglone, fourth grade student at Dallas Elementary School, was recently selected as the Pennslvania State Winner for the 2016 Shade Foundation Poster Contest. Every year, students from kindergarten through eighth grade from every state and US territory are invited to create posters that reflect sun safety action steps they learn through the SunWise curriculum. Elizabeth learned of the contest through her health teacher, Angela Lizonitz. Posters were judged on the ability to show at least five of the Sun Safety Action Steps, creativity, originality, and quality of artwork. As her award, Elizabeth will receive a Shade Foundation backpack and Sun Safety Kit.
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_ShadeFoundationElizabethViglonePicture2016.docx.jpgElizabeth Viglone, fourth grade student at Dallas Elementary School, was recently selected as the Pennslvania State Winner for the 2016 Shade Foundation Poster Contest. Every year, students from kindergarten through eighth grade from every state and US territory are invited to create posters that reflect sun safety action steps they learn through the SunWise curriculum. Elizabeth learned of the contest through her health teacher, Angela Lizonitz. Posters were judged on the ability to show at least five of the Sun Safety Action Steps, creativity, originality, and quality of artwork. As her award, Elizabeth will receive a Shade Foundation backpack and Sun Safety Kit.

    Elizabeth Viglone, fourth grade student at Dallas Elementary School, was recently selected as the Pennsylvania state winner for the 2016 Shade Foundation Poster Contest. Every year, students from kindergarten through eighth grade from every state and U.S. territory are invited to create posters that reflect sun safety action steps they learn through the SunWise curriculum. Viglone learned of the contest through her health teacher, Angela Lizonitz. Posters were judged on the ability to show at least five of the Sun Safety Action Steps, creativity, originality, and quality of artwork. As her award, Viglone will receive a Shade Foundation backpack and Sun Safety Kit.

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