More than 3,400 fourth grade students from across New Jersey showcased their artistic skills and entered the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey's (PDFNJ) "Design a Fourth Grade Folder" contest this year.
Lawrence Intermediate School (LIS) student Wade Bullard and Channing Jervis from Huber Street School in Secaucus were selected as co-winners of the contest! Their designs will be featured on the 40,000 folders distributed to fourth grade classrooms throughout the state this fall.
The theme of this year's contest was "Fun Things to Do Instead of Drugs." The winners were chosen out of 28 finalists who were showcased in a virtual award ceremony on May 12. Wade's winning design is entitled, "New Jersey Drug Free, Full of Fun Things To Do."
You can view the Fourth Grade Folder Contest presentation online here.