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News / Blog Education News Texas Winners: Saris 5th Grade Poster Contest

Texas Winners: Saris 5th Grade Poster Contest

We've found the secret for ensuring intense discussion in the BikeTexas office: ask us to judge a poster contest. After the entries to the Saris 5th Grade National Poster Contest arrived, we had the hard work of choosing the top three. This year's submissions were excellent!

This year's poster contest theme was #LongForTheRide, and submissions had to include the hashtag somewhere in the poster.

The winning Texas poster comes from Bonner Elementary School in Tyler! The first place winner will receive a bike, helmet, and bell from Saris, and the poster is winging its way to the Saris headquarters for its spot in the nationwide contest right now. Everyone gets to vote in the national contest, so keep an eye out for us telling you when it's time! 2015 poster contest 1st place biketexas bicycle education

 

Second place for Texas is from Gerard Elementary School in Cleburne. The second place winner will receive a helmet and a bell from Saris.

2015 poster contest 2nd place biketexas bicycle education

 

Third place in Texas comes to us from Alice Carlson Applied Learning Academy in Fort Worth. The third place winner will receive a new bell from Saris.

2015 poster contest 3rd place biketexas bicycle education

All of the entrants should be proud of themselves--you all did a great job and made choosing the top three extra-hard. Well done, Texas 5th graders!

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