2011 PBA Law Day Contest Winners

2011 PBA Law Day Contest Winners

Audio/Video Contest Winner
Pickering Valley Elementary, Grade Five, Mrs. Audrey Blust, Teacher

Watch this 7-8 minute "Freedom Rocks!" video where students share what freedom means to them. Visit the 2011 Law Day Planning Guide web page for ideas on how you can use this video to talk with students about freedom.

Essay Contest Grades K-3
Sydney Poleshuk
- Read Sydney's Essay
"We are lucky to have freedom. We are allowed to vote. In some places people can't vote."
Grade 3 - Northside Elementary

Essay Contest Winners Grades 4-6
Marcus Djuhadi
- Read Marcus' Essay
"I am so grateful for all of these amazing people who have served for our country, and even may have lost their life, so all of us can have the freedom and rights we do today."
Grade 5 - Pickering Valley Elementary

Megan Gibson - Read Megan's Essay
"Freedom lets me believe that all things are possible."
Grade 5 - Pickering Valley Elementary

Arianna Mulhare - Read Arianna'a Essay
"I strongly feel that living in the United States of America really rocks because I am able to be me and be free. It's extremely important to me to be able to express myself and state my opinions."
Grade 6 - Eisenhower Science Technology Leadership Academy

Jayla Williams-Sheffield - Read Jayla's Essay
"I also believe the United States rocks because I have the right to go to school."
Grade 6 - Eisenhower Science Technology Leadership Academy

Poster Contest Grades K-3

Winning Poster
Arlyn Kryst
Second Grade
Gwynedd Mercy Academy

Poster Contest Grades 4-6
There were two winning entries

Nola Crook
Fourth Grade
Paul V. Fly Elementary School
Nicholas Chastain
Fifth Grade
Avon Grove Intermediate School