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Paris ISD Sweeps Lamar Soil And Water Conservation District Poster And Essay Contest

Justiss Elementary School students Cylee Wherley (4th grade), Susana Silva (4th grade), Cairo Myles-Brown (3rd grade), K’morh K. Douglas (3rd grade). Not photographed: Tre’lyn Bailey

Paris ISD students swept the annual Lamar County Soil and Water Conservation District (LSWCD) Poster and Essay Contest for the fourth year in a row.  LSWCD Vice-President Mike Parsons presented checks to the contest winners.  This year’s theme was Life in Soil: Dig Deeper.

Aikin Elementary School student Sharma Burgess (3rd grade)

In the essay contest, Paris High School seniors Grace Hamm and Marjorie Calderon won 1st and 2nd place respectively (ages 14-18 division) and received $150 and $80. Paris Junior High School 7th grader Luke De la Garza won 1st place (13 and under division) and received $80.

Paris Junior High School 7th grader Luke De la Garza

In the poster contest, Susana Silva, Cylee Wherley, and Tre’lyn Bailey (Justiss 4th graders)  placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the 4th—6th-grade contest and received $80, $50, and $30 respectively. K’morh K. Douglas (Justiss 3rd grader), Shamar Burgess (Aikin 3rd grader), and Cairo Myles-Brown (Justiss 3rd grader) won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the 1st—3rd-grade contest.  They received $50, $30, and $20 respectively.

Paris High School seniors Grace Hamm and Marjorie Calderon

All winning essays and posters have been submitted for judging at the area competition.