• Marcia Martin Unity/Diversity Expression Contest
    2009-2010 Contest Winners
    The winners of the Ninth Annual NASD Marcia Martin Unity/Diversity Contest have been announced. Entries were accepted from November 16 through December 11, 2009. The event was open to all students in the District, grades K-12. The contest provided students with an opportunity to express their interpretation of the theme: "Each one of us is wonderful; together we are diverse and strong. Help make NA a place where everyone knows they belong."

    Entries were judged by a distinguished panel who commented that they were both insightful and truly inspirational. The District recognizes our students for their outstanding works and acknowledges their teachers for their guidance and encouragement.

    All of the winners were honored and asked to share their entries at the Annual Diversity Luncheon on Tuesday, February 2nd, hosted by Dr. Patricia P. Green, Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Green welcomed the student winners whose talents continue to amaze and impress the District by embracing the ideas brought forth through this fine arts competition. Pictured below are the 2009-2010 winners!

    2009-2010 Diversity Winners

    Dr. Patricia Green, Superintendent and Mr. Craig Slaubaugh, Committee Chairperson,
    pictured above with the Diversity Contest Winners

    Fine Arts

    Alexis Martyn, (3)
    Bradford Woods Elementary School
    Painting — "Unity"

    Chloe Coltharp, (5)
    Bradford Woods Elementary School
    Sculpture — "For All"

    Margaret Hu, (8)
    Marshall Middle School
    Drawing — "All As One Together"

    Grace Swihart, (10)
    North Allegheny Intermediate High School
    Drawing — "Rhythms of the World"

    Grace McConnell, (11)
    North Allegheny Senior High School
    Poster — "Stereotypical Acceptance"


    Gretchen Kiefer, (3)
    Bradford Woods Elementary School
    Short Story — "Missy and Her Friends"

    Choah Lee, (5)
    McKnight Elementary School
    Short Story — "Diverse Crayons"

    Aimee Adams, (6)
    Ingomar Middle School
    Personal Narrative — "We are Different and We are the Same"

    Tom McCoy, (9)
    North Allegheny Intermediate High School
    Short Story — "Fruit"

    Kayla Wilson, (11)
    North Allegheny Senior High School
    Poem — "You Belong"