|Bookplate Design Competition|
St. Francis High School Library has just announced the winner of its annual Bookplate Design Competition. The Competition invites all students to design an original bookplate which incorporates the current year’s theme into a design that typifies and identifies the unique qualities, characteristics and spirit of St. Francis. The theme for this year’s competition was St. Francis High School: A Christian Community
The winners of this year’s competition were selected by a panel comprised of representatives from our school and business community who judged each of the entries and from these selected the winning designs. Members of the judging panel included teacher, Mrs. Kate Kowalski and Mr. Matt Gorski, school nurse, Mrs. Donna Hoscheit, parent, Mrs. Lisa O’Connell and alumna, Ms. Sarah Quirk.
The 2014-15 first place winner, Alisa Lerario, daughter of Joe and Juliana Lerario of Addison, was awarded a $50 check, and will have her original design framed and hung in the library. A copy of the design will also be placed in each item donated during the 2014-15school year.
The second place winner is Jessica Bullock, daughter of Michael and Suzanne Bullock of West Chicago, received a $20.00 Barnes & Noble gift card. The third place winner and recipient of a $15.00 Barnes and Noble gift card is Jonah Sheehan, son of Brian and Jill Sheehan.
Mrs. Judi Rath, Librarian for St. Francis High School congratulates all the winners and thanks all those who participated. Each entry was unique and the judges had a difficult job.
Mrs. Judi Rath
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