By: Jen Russon
In its first-ever virtual contest, the City of Coral Springs named students in grades K-12 as winners in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. art contest.
Winners were recognized by Mayor Scott J. Brook, Vice Mayor Joshua Simmons, and Commissioners Shawn Cerra, Joy Carter, and Nancy Metayer, including judges for the contest.
Here are the entries and winners
Kindergarten through 2nd grade
London Toussant, 1st place, Forest Hills Elementary
Samuel Delgado, 2nd place, Forest Hills Elementary
Abigail Loone, 3rd place, Country Hills Elementary
3rd grade through 5th grade
Ethan Joly, 1st place, Eagle Ridge Elementary
Hailey McMillian, 2nd place, Forest Hills Elementary
Brody Ancoin, 3rd place, Country Hills Elementary
6th through 8th grade
Saskya Medjir Defonse, 1st place, Sawgrass Springs Middle
Allen Ross Jr., 2nd place, Forest Glen Middle
Kaydiane Coleau, 3rd place, Sawgrass Springs Middle
High school winners
2021 winners selected all attend the Coral Springs Charter School and are seniors this year.
Kiana Cuevas, 1st place
Izaiah Doldron, 2nd place
Angelina Felix, 3rd place
To see the artwork submitted by each of the winners, click here.
Send Your News to Coral Springs #1 Award-Winning News Site Here.
- Jen Russon has been a staff writer for Talk Media since 2018. She is also a novelist, copywriter and editor at the imprint www.swallowpublishing.com. She lives in Coral Springs with her family.
- Events2021.02.28‘Taking Care of the Environment Builds a Sense of Community’ Says Former Mayor During Service Project
- Crime & Safety2021.02.25Coral Springs Resident Behind Safety Town Gets Building Named After Her
- News2021.02.24Coral Springs Talk Receives Proclamation From the City
- Crime & Safety2021.02.24$5,000 Reward Offered for Identity of Man Who Set Fire to Coral Springs Home