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Posted on: May 8, 2019

Six Students Recognized for Stormwater Artwork

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Maricopa County Board of Supervisors honored the winners of the 2019 Stormwater Pollution Awareness Poster Contest this week.

Stormwater runoff is one of the leading causes of water pollution in the United States. In an effort to bring awareness to this problem, elementary students in Maricopa County were encouraged to submit posters supporting the message “From Streets to Streams, Let’s Keep it Clean!

A total of 211 entries from fifteen schools were received and judged based on artwork, originality, and message delivery.

Each winner was presented a certificate from the Board of Supervisors.

The winning posters will be used as part of the Stormwater Quality outreach efforts.

Learn how you can help to keep our waters clean, here.

3rd / 4th Grade winners

1st Place

Louisa Prieto

3rd Grade

Hermosa Vista Elementary

Mrs. Hickey

2nd Place

Tyler Niemela

4th Grade

New River Elementary

Mrs. Balsamo

3rd Place

Will Gnirk

4th Grade

Sequoya Elementary

Miss MacMillan

5th / 6th Grade winners

1st Place

Hayden Vander Haar

6th Grade

Mendoza Elementary

Mrs. Geiss

2nd Place

Vivian Merrill

5th Grade

Entz Elementary

Mrs. Geiss

3rd Place

Lilly Taylor

6th Grade

Entz Elementary

Mrs. Geiss

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