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SCA Students Win EmpowerED Art Contest

SCA third grade student Kelsey Ward (left) won third place and fourth grade student Karleigh Carlson (right) won first place in the EmpowerED Art Contest and received awards from Governor Parson at the State Capitol.

(Lee’s Summit) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that fourth grade student Karleigh Carlson won first place, and third grade student Kelsey Ward won third place in the EmpowerED Student Art Contest.  The contest was open to all students in Missouri in grades K-5.

The EmpowerEd Student Contest, sponsored by the Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri (CEAM) and Missouri Research and Education (MORE) Network, is designed to give students a chance to celebrate how their school is empowering their future success.  The artwork contest had students create a 2-D piece of art using any medium or mixed media that expressed how they felt empowered by their school.

Karleigh and Kelsey were recognized by Missouri Governor Mike Parson at the Missouri State Capitol during the Empowered Student School Choice Rally in Jefferson City on January 29.  

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