This year our 1st through 5th graders participated in the Jim Claypool Conservation Art Contest. This contest was a culminating project to our study Earth Materials and resources in our Science classes. During this project, we researched and created conservation posters. The posters helped to promote conservation and save resources for future generations. This year's theme was "Mission H20." We promoted clean waterways and conservation of drinking water. Each student created an original poster using this theme. Three posters were selected from each school in our district. Our three school winners are 1st place Brooklyn Mullins, 2nd place Reagan Griffin, and 3rd place Jayde Rothwell. Also, Brooklyn Mullins won 3rd place in the county. Congratulations girls!