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December 13
ASD-S Holiday Design Card Challenge - Winners
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​Kaylyn, pictured here with Superintendent Watson.

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Congratulations to two of our talented student artists, winners of this year's Holiday Season Card Design Challenge! A design (pictured below) by Harry Miller Middle School student Kaylyn Allison will appear on this year's official ASD-S holiday card.​

Artwork (below) by River Valley Middle School student Mackenzie Snodgrass has been chosen for the holiday card of the New Brunswick Office of the Child and Youth Advocate.

ASD-S received an overwhelming number of submissions for the yearly seasonal Design Challenge! Middle school students from across the district submitted their winter 

artwork, and our winners were voted on from a shortlist  of 10 finalists. 

Congratulations to Kaylyn and Mackenzie on being selected and having their artwork professionally printed for the holiday cards, and a big thank you to all students who submitted their artwork for consideration.

Next year the challenge will seek submissions from high schools (2020-21), then elementary schools (2021-22), before returning to middle schools (2022-23).​

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Jamie and Tanya Snodgrass, Mackenzie, Mme. Christine Mason, pictured with NB Child & Youth & Senior Advocate, Norman J. Bossé​​.card.PNGCYA winning design.png

Kaylyn's Winning Design (Snowman)                                               Mackenzie's Winning Design (Light​ post)