Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Poster Contest Winners

Posted Date: 2/26/2020

MNEA Human Rights Committee announces 2020 winners

K-12 Students depicted the theme, "Fulfilling Dr. King's Dream: Reading Leads to Your Dreams" in annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Poster-Essay Contest sponsored by the Missouri NEA Human Rights Committee. Winners of the state-wide contest receive a gift card for first-place ($50), second-place ($30) and third-place ($20) in each grade-level category: K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-8 and 9-12. Teachers of winning students also receive a gift card.

Contest Information >>

Questions? Contact Lisa Blaha, MNEA UniServ Director at lisa.blaha@mnea.org or (636) 614-7501, Roxane Spruce-Bly at roxane.bly@mnea.org or (573) 644-9606.

Contest Winners

  Grades K-1

Zanetello Devullapally Hopson
 1st place 
Nazari Zanetello
Pattonville School District
 2nd place 
Mehr Devullapally
Parkway School District 
 3rd place
DJ Hopson
Pattonville School District
     

  Grades 2-3

Raizada Culler   Stone
 1st place
Swasti Raizada
Parkway School District

 2nd place
Justice Culler
North Kansas City School District

 3rd place 
Aniah Stone
Center School District
     

  Grades 4-5

Saunders

Kumar

Steik
 1st place
Jayden Saunders
Ferguson Florissant School District  

  2nd place
Shree Nidhi Sikkal Kumar
Parkway School District

 3rd place 
Sterling Steik
North Kansas City School District  

     

  Grades 6-8

Jerry Shao Dumas 
 1st place
Sofia Joselyn Jerry
Joplin School District
 2nd place
Norina Shao
Pattonville School District

 3rd place
Gabby Dumas
Ferguson Florissant School District

 

  Grade 9-12

 Blumenthal Lambert  Haley
1st place
Maya Blumenthal
Pattonville School District

 1st place (tie)
Pneuma Lambert
Lebanon School District
 3rd place 
Maverick Haley
Lebanon School District

 

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