Centennial News: Student Art Contest

It’s been wonderful celebrating 100 years of faith, academics, and community! From events like the Back to School BBQ and the Endowment (and more to come!) to well wishes from President Biden, Rick Rizzs and Ben Obomanu (and many more!), it’s been so special celebrating the school with you! St. John students, help us continue celebrating St. John School’s Centennial by participating in the Student Art Contest.

Student Art Contest: The Centennial Planning Committee is calling on student artists to design a postcard that will be mailed to all current and alumni students/families. The postcard will celebrate Catholic Schools Week (January 29) and invite all comers to attend the Open House Centennial Celebration.

Details of the Student Art Contest

  • What: Student Art Contest – design a postcard to celebrate Catholic Schools Week and our centennial year. Students may incorporate depictions of the new logo and the tagline: Celebrating 100 Years of Faith, Academics, and Community.
  • How: All students are invited to participate, and all media will be considered (computer-generated, hand-drawn, color, black and white, painted, etc.) Vertical orientation is preferred. The artist whose work is chosen will receive a prize!
  • Deadline: Monday, November 28. Submissions can be delivered to Assistant Principal Kelley’s mailbox in the school office, dropped on his desk, or emailed to: pkelley@st-johnschool.org.

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