Winners of the state court system's sixth conflict-resolution bookmark-art contest will receive awards Thursday at a reception in Annapolis for the more than 450 pupils across the state who participated.
First-place winners, who receive a $75 prize, are: Matthew Campbell, a second-grader at Prettyboy Elementary School in Baltimore County, in the kindergarten to second-grade group; Molly Twigg ,a fifth-grader at Bishop Walsh School in Allegany County, in the grades three to five group; and Lily Fu, an eighth-grader at Urbana Middle School in Frederick County in the grades six to eight group.
Students were to depict themes of resolving or preventing conflict, including apologizing and tolerance. Artwork from up to five of the entries may be turned into bookmarks. To see a list of all winners, go to mdcourts.gov.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun