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HES art teacher and school counselor collaborate to bring "Doodle for Google" contest to 3rd and 4th

Hubbard Elementary School art teacher Megan Marino and school counselor Maggie Slovesko recently collaborated to bring the "Doodle for Google" art contest to all of the school's 3rd and 4th-grade students. The goal was to encourage creativity and gratitude among the students.


Mrs. Slovesko taught a lesson centered on gratitude, while Mrs. Marino focused on the creative aspect of the contest requirements. The theme for this year's contest was "I am Grateful for," and all 3rd and 4th-grade students had the opportunity to participate.


The contest winners were selected by Mrs. Rabash, one of the high school art teachers. The first-place winners received $25 Chick-fil-A gift cards, and the second-place winners received an art supply bundle.


The winners from 3rd grade are:



The winners from 4th grade are:



The "Doodle for Google" contest is an annual event that encourages students to use their imagination and creativity to create a unique Google logo.



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