Rain Barrel Painting Contest Results

Modified: April 10, 2018 3:07pm

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We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Erie County Rain Barrel Painting Contest!

 

ELEMENTARY GRADES K-4:

1st Place - Eden Elementary (Teacher: Jenny Walker)

2nd Place -  Ledgeview Elementary School (Teacher: Kelly Gardner)

3rd Place - St. Mary's Swormville (Teacher: Karen Genovese)

  

MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADES 5-8:

1st Place - Heim Middle School (Teacher: Denise Woods)

2nd Place -  Cloverbank Elementary School (Teacher: Juliet Szczerbacki)

3rd Place (ended in a tie) - Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School Middle School (Teacher: Katelyn Ebling)

3rd Place (ended in a tie)  -  Enterprise Charter School (Teacher: Julie Bridge)

  

HIGH SCHOOL GRADES 9-12:

1st Place - Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School High School (Teacher: Adam Rivers)

2nd Place -  Springville Griffith Institute (Teacher: Christy Komenda)

3rd Place – Research Lab Program for Bioinformatics and Life Science (Teacher: Carlo Cammilleri)


CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE PARTICIPANTS!  It was truly a difficult decision for the judges and every single group should be very proud of their hard work!  Photos of all  rain barrels from the 2018 contest can be found on our Facebook Page.

 

Winning barrels will be on display at an awards ceremony and press event which will be held at the Buffalo Museum of Science on Earth Day, Sunday April 22nd , at 12pm.  Rain barrels, along with other pieces of plastics art, will remain at the Buffalo Museum of Science for an art exhibition through May 31, 2018.