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CS Poster Contest Results

12-08-2006

December 8, 2006 is Computer Science Education Day. This celebration of the heritage and power of computer science gives students across the nation the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities centered around Computer Science. Additionally students will spread the news of opportunities in computer science and share the excitement of the future brought to you by computer science. For more information about what is being done around the country visit: http://www.csteachers.org/.

In a national effort to promote Computer Science, the K-12 outreach program sponsored a poster contest to celebrate Computer Science Education Day. Students were given the theme, “Computer Science Makes Everything Possible” and encouraged to create a poster that promoted and displayed this theme. We received 259 entries to our Poster contest! Thank you to all who participated and those who have encouraged the students to participate!  The winner of the poster contest is Alexandria Lesniak from Washington High School!

Computer Science makes everything possible

Congratulations to Alexandria and our finalists!

  • Poster 1 (PDF): Ryan Fuquay, Highland Hills Middle School
  • Poster 2 (PDF): Caleb Hill, Mooresville Christian Academy
  • Poster 3 (PDF): Robert Hall, Our Lady of Lourdes
  • Poster 4 (PDF): Cecilia Marie Phillippe, Our Lady of Lourdes
  • Poster 5 (PDF): Alexandria Lesniak, Washington High School
  • Poster 6 (PDF): Connor Opaczewski, Holy Family School
  • Poster 7 (PDF): Tatiana Gundeck, Holy Family School
  • Poster 8 (PDF): Marissa Macias, Holy Family School
  • Poster 9 (PDF): Emily VanTornhoot, Holy Family School

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