Environmental Education Commission

Art and Language Arts Contest

2018 Winners

 

Art

 

Language Arts

 

Group 1

 

Group 1

1

James Thornhill, Baton Rouge FLAIM,

Baton Rouge

1

William LeDoux, Homeschool,

St. Francisville

2

Raeesa Hasan, Buchanan Elementary,

Baton Rouge

2

Noah Fontenot, Bayou Chicot Elementary,

Ville Platte

3

Luke Anderson, Homeschool,

Benton

3

Quinn Levasseur, Bains Elementary,

St. Francisville

 

Group 2

 

Group 2

1

Katie Gershanik, Isidore Newman,

New Orleans

1

Deacon Maxwell, Isidore Newman,

New Orleans

2

Tosia Sobera, Isidore Newman,

New Orleans

2

Sydney Able, Isidore Newman,

New Orleans

3

Marley Temple, Quitman Elementary, Quitman

3

Morgan Breaux, Isidore Newman,

New Orleans

 

Group 3

 

Group 3

1

Garret Dotson, Ruston Jr. High,

Ruston

1

Nicholas Harris, St. Margaret Catholic,

Lake Charles

2

Kate Duplantis, Bayou Blue Middle,

Houma

2

Stané Daniels, Northwestern Middle,

Zachary

3

Mohammad Niyaz Hasan, Glasgow Middle, Baton Rouge

3

Olivia Derouen, St. Margaret Catholic,

Lake Charles

 

Group 4

 

Group 4

1

Ashini Modi, Caddo Middle Magnet, Shreveport

1

Mariah Alexander, Northwestern Middle, Zachary

2

Jason Willis, Ruston Jr. High,

Ruston

2

Hannah Jane Thompson, Northwestern Middle, Zachary

3

Brea Mackey, South Plaquemines High,

Buras

3

Thomas Bitterwolf, St. Paul’s,

Covington

 

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To create a comprehensive and balanced environmental education initiative that will result in environmentally literate citizens who will effectively and constructively solve existing environmental problems, prevent new ones, and maintain a sustainable environment for future generations.