Sunday, November 07, 2010

Students Draw Posters Promoting After School Program

Laura Davis and Anna Dingler accept their $25 Walmart gift certificates from (L) Julia Simpson, after school program director, and Sue Cleek, principal of Brooks Elementary.

Posters created by elementary-age after school students of the Fayette County Public School System helped promote the annual “Lights on After School” day on October 21.

Students created the posters during their After School Program (ASP) classes as part of a countywide poster contest. The contest was one of many activities that were held in support of the national event that calls attention to the importance of afterschool programs and the resources required to keep them operating.

Laura Davis and Anna Dinger of Brooks Elementary collaboratively created this year’s winning poster. Each received a $25 gift card from the Walmart in Peachtree City.

Photo Source:  Fayette County Board of Education

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