PE Elementary celebrates stewardship
Published 7:39 am Tuesday, June 5, 2018
The Piedmont Soil and Water Conservation District, which is part of the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD), celebrated NACD’s Stewardship Week April 29 – May 6. Stewardship Week is one of the largest national annual programs to promote natural resource conservation. The 2018 theme is “Watersheds: Our Water, Our Home” and aims to raise awareness about the importance of protecting water quality in our communities. Piedmont SWCD received 350 entries from schools in Amelia, Nottoway, and Prince Edward. Poster contest winners at Prince Edward County Elementary School pictured are, from left, front row, PreK- Gannen Parrish (1st), Lucas Song (2nd), Markla Chambers (3rd); Kindergarten- Tegan Campbell (1st), Cierra Baker (2nd), Lucia Von Rueden (3rd); 1st grade- Ella Bernier (1st), Jordan Reed (2nd), Jack Green (3rd); middle row, 2nd grade- Omarii Jackson (1st), Dominic Walker (2nd), Caleb Trent (3rd); back row, 3rd grade- Kazu Dinmore (1st), Trey Hodges (2nd), Trinity Mitchell (3rd); 4th grade- Tanner Williams (1st-not pictured), Jaclyn Hamilton (2nd), Katie Bobb (3rd- not pictured). District-wide overall winners were Kazu Dinmore (1st), Tanner Williams (2nd), and Tegan Campbell (3rd). Also pictured are art teachers Brooke Eamigh and Joy Utzinger.