Westminster Student Wins Ag Day Poster Contest

 

The Agricenter International held a poster contest to promote the role and importance of agriculture in our life. One of our 5th grade teachers, Mrs. Kim Dougherty challenged her students to enter the contest. She received a call from the Agricenter this morning that Sarah Catherine Donovan won first place in the Agricenter poster contest in the 5th/6th grade category. She won first place out of all public and private schools in Shelby County. Her poster, with her name and Westminster Academy engraved on a plaque, will hang for one year at the Tennessee State Capitol in the office of Senator Mark Norris before moving to the Shelby County Sheriff’s office. On year three, her poster will hang for its duration at the Agricenter International.

On March 15, 2016, Sarah Catherine, her parents, Mrs. Dougherty, and Mrs. Frazier were invited to attend an honorary luncheon with state and local dignitaries at the Agricenter.  Congratulations, Sarah Catherine!

Westminster Head of School, Debbie Frazier, with student Sarah Catherine Donovan and Mayer Mark Luttrell.
Westminster Head of School, Debbie Frazier, with student Sarah Catherine Donovan and Mayor Mark Luttrell.