A number of students from schools located within the Anoka-Hennepin School District were winners in the 2012 Minnesota Bus Safety Poster Contest.
This year’s theme was “Stand Back from the Yellow Black.”
It was selected to remind students about the importance of staying away from the bus and making sure students are aware of the “danger zone.”
Students from schools within the Anoka-Hennepin School District who placed in this year’s contest were:
• Izabelle Moses, kindergarten, Epiphany School
• Shelby Julien, first grade, Dayton Elementary School
• Eleanor Tetor, second grade, Epiphany School
• Naatol Daniel, third grade, Champlin Brooklyn Park Academy for Math and Environmental Science
• Isabelle Bodin, fourth grade, Crooked Lake Elementary School
• Daniel Howman, fifth grade, Epiphany School
• Hannah Svihel, sixth grade, Epiphany School
• Tammy Pham, seventh grade, Jackson Middle School, A Specialty School for Math and Environmental Science
• Chanmai Long, eighth grade, Jackson Middle School, A Specialty School for Math and Environmental Science
• Itopa Obami, freshman, Anoka High School
• Michael Mueller, sophomore, Anoka High School
• Devon Sneesby, junior, Blaine High School
• Tom Spohn, senior, Transitions Plus
• Katie McLain, senior, Anoka High School
The event is sponsored by the Minnesota Association for Pupil Transportation (MASPT) and the Minnesota Association of School Bus Operators (MASBO).
The students will be recognized at an upcoming school board meeting.