Economics Poster Contest 2010 winners
Economics Poster Contest
2010 State Winners
Over 3,700 students from 53 schools drew entries for the 6 regional contests. One hundred three teachers participated this year. At the conclusion of regional judging, each regional competition submitted their top 24 entries for judging at the state level. From these entries, 12 winners were selected, along with 40 honorable mention entries. Funding for 2010 program implementation and savings bond awards was provided by HSBC.
Professor Stephen Karlson, Director of the Northern Illinois University Office of Economic Education and professor of economics, congratulated Kendall Elementary School teacher Jenny Horsey on the regional awards received by her students. Kendall is part of Indian Prairie District 204, Naperville.
A 2011 12-month calendar of the twelve state winning drawings was distributed to all participating teachers.
2010 State Winners
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|Germantown Hills Middle School, Metamora. Terry Vaughn, teacher.
Elizabeth F, 6th grade. Productive Resources
|Grand Prairie Elementary School, Frankfort. Lindsay Reipsa, teacher.
Ying B, 1st grade. Goods and Services
|Grigsby Middle School, Granite City. Carol Cochran, teacher.
Brooke P, 7th grade. Goods and Services
|John A Bannes Elementary School, Tinley Park. Dottie McDowell, teacher. Samantha C, 4th grade. Opportunity Cost|
|Meadow Ridge Elementary School, Orland Park. Carita Hall, teacher.
Victoria M, 3rd grade. Goods and Services
|Nathan Hale Elementary School, Chicago. Lou Ann Pilas, teacher.
John R, 8th grade. Scarcity
|Patterson Elementary School, Naperville. Susan Stewart, teacher. Crystal C, 4th grade. Specialization|
|Patterson Elementary School, Naperville. Susan Stewart, teacher.
Nicole L, 2nd grade. Specialization
|St Bartholomew Elementary School, Chicago. Kathleen Gienko, teacher. Alexus R, 7th grade. Scarcity|
|St Edmund School, Oak Park. Susan Sweeney, teacher.
Ayares P, 2nd grade. Producers and Consumers
|St Marys Elementary School, Trenton. Natalie May, teacher.
Nicole F, 6th grade. Productive Resources
|Washington Gifted School, Peoria. Mindy Juriga, teacher.
Jordan B, 8th grade. Opportunity Cost