Snohomish County PUD is pleased to announce the winners in this year’s student K-12 art and high school photography contests. Seventeen students representing school districts across the PUD’s service territory were selected for their creativity illustrating topics in energy.
Art Contest Winners
The art contest challenged students to create a poster demonstrating their favorite form of renewable energy, such as hydro, wind or solar power. The PUD is excited to share this year’s twelve winning artists:
- Victoria Kim, Grade 1, Penny Creek Elementary
- Caleb Hill, Grade 3, Hillcrest Elementary
- Rylie Scoglio, Grade 3, Hillcrest Elementary
- Serenity Anderson, Grade 4, Sultan Elementary
- Jude DeWaal, Grade 4, Maplewood PCEP
- Callia Park, Grade 5, Forrest View Elementary
- Belle Hedglin, Grade 7, North Lake Middle School
- Abby Brindle, Grade 8,10th Street Middle School
- Ghazal Mirsane, Grade 8, Alderwood Middle School
- Kaitlin Johnson, Grade 10, Lake Stevens High School
- Mia Nelson, Grade 11, Lake Stevens High School
- Valentina Santana-Soleiman, Grade 12, Lake Stevens High School
To see the twelve winning art entries, please click here.
For the PUD photography contest, high school students were challenged to capture the PUD’s motto of Energizing Life in Our Communities. The PUD is excited to reveal this year’s five winning photographers:
- Gabriel Wilhelm, Grade 9, Edmonds-Woodway High School
- Audrey Kim, Grade 10, Glacier Peak High School
- Emily McDaniels, Grade 10, Snohomish High School
- Cheyenne Rogers, Grade 10, Snohomish High School
- Elijah Croyle, Grade 11, Glacier Peak High School
To see the five winning photography entries, please click here.
In support of public health and safety during COVID-19, award certificates and a check for $50 will be mailed to each winner. Congratulations to this year’s top artists and photographers, and a special thank you to all students who entered this year’s contests!