The Chino Hills Metropolis Council honored the winners of town’s twentieth annual Water Conservation Design-a-Signal Contest just about throughout its Could 11 assembly.
The council acknowledged 12 winners from greater than 130 entries submitted on-line.
This yr’s theme was “Each Drop Counts!” and college students from kindergarten to twelfth grade designed posters selling water conservation consciousness. The successful posters will probably be transformed into avenue indicators and put in on streetlight poles alongside Metropolis Middle Drive on the Chino Hills Authorities Middle, in line with a information launch.
Ultimately, the road indicators will probably be in parks all through town.
The judges awarded a grand prize to the first-place winner in every of 4 age classes — kindergarten, grades 1-3, grades 4-6 and grades 7-12.
Kindergartner Lucas Chen from Eagle Canyon Elementary Faculty received an Amazon Hearth Children Version pill; second-grader Angela Gu and fifth-grader Selina Gu, each from Litel Elementary Faculty, received Kindle Hearth tablets; and Eleventh-grader Priyasha Panigrahi from Ruben S. Ayala Excessive Faculty received a laptop computer.
Second- and third-place winners in every age class acquired a $20 reward card to the Shoppes and a $10 Chick-fil-A present card.
Second- and third-place winners are: kindergarten — Ryan Jo, second place, and Aden Wang, third, each of Rolling Ridge Elementary; grades 1-3 — Chole Mulia of Rolling Ridge Elementary, second, and Kira Zhilin Zhang of Chaparral Elementary, third; grades 4-6 — Jill Wang of Rolling Ridge Elementary, second, and Zilin (Fiona) Bi of Butterfield Ranch Elementary, third; grades 7-12 — Catherine Gruen of Sage Oak Constitution Faculty, second, and Elia Wong of Chino Hills Excessive Faculty, third.
To see the successful entries, go to www.chinohills.org/DesignASign.
School rooms with the best participation have been entered in a raffle for an opportunity to win a $100 Passion Foyer reward card. Stephanie Farmakis, a sixth-grade trainer from Rolling Ridge Elementary Faculty, received the raffle.
Contest judges included Council Members Cynthia Moran and Peter Rogers, Parks and Recreation Commissioners Jennifer Holtkamp and Samantha James-Perez, and representatives from space water businesses.