TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Fire Chief Joanne R. Rund on Tuesday night recognized the winners of the 2020 BCPS Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest.
The 24 winners and “honorable mention” participants are third-grade students from Baltimore County Public Schools.
The poster contest is held each fall and asks elementary students to illustrate the year’s National Fire Prevention Week theme. The 2020 theme, “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!” focused on cooking fires, the #1 cause of home fires. BCoFD members judged the posters based on quality and how well they illustrated the theme.
The top five winners received cash prizes donated by the Baltimore County Professional Fire Fighters Association, Local 1311; and the Baltimore County Volunteer Firefighter’s Association.
LIST OF WINNERS
Braden Bassinger, Red House Run Elementary
Olivia Faint, Sparks Elementary
Gavin Edelson, Jacksonville Elementary
Jaiden Cox, Red House Run Elementary
Olivia Drysdale, Glenmar Elementary
Alisonclare Arcipe, Glenmar Elementary
Daniel Njiri, Orems Elementary
Anna Harris, Fifth District Elementary
Grace Hallengren, Fifth District Elementary
Scarlett VanBuskirk, Orems Elementary
Samantha Schneyer, Summit Park Elementary
Rory Fox, Summit Park Elementary
Amirah Jones, Orems Elementary
Durga Hebbar, Lutherville Laboratory
Sophie Razumovsky, Summit Park Elementary
Khloe Funes-Nievves, Red House Run Elementary
Elliana Cunnington, Sparks Elementary
Giada Mentzer, Fifth District Elementary
Sama Zaki, Lutherville Laboratory
James Manigault, Glenmar Elementary
Drew Bell, Lutherville Laboratory
Jane Dudderar, Fifth District Elementary
Guy Hurley, Jacksonville Elementary
Elizabeth Leber, Jacksonville Elementary