The Imagination Project Honorable Mentions

Celebrate the students who were awarded honorable mentions in our student art contest.

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Join us as we recognize the talented, creative students who entered The Imagination Project, a student art contest from the Chicago Sun-Times. These young artists received honorable mentions in the contest and showed us their interpretations of our theme, Brighter Days.

Lila D. — 4th grade

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Stephanie R. — 5th grade

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Avery M. — 5th grade

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Diviny L. — 5th grade

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Mia R. — 5th grade

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Addison K. — 6th grade

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Emily S. — 6th grade

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Anneke G. — 6th grade

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Marissa M. — 7th grade

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Rachel K. — 8th grade

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