Tennessee pupil wins poster contest

Posted on February 1, 2007

Students from across the U.S. and as far away as Seoul, South Korea, competed in the 2006 National School Bus Safety Poster Contest.

Thomas Massey, a fifth-grader from Tennessee, took the grand prize for his depiction of the theme, “Be Aware! Cross With Care.”

Entries were judged at the National Association for Pupil Transportation’s 32nd Annual Conference and Trade Show in Kansas City, Mo. Full results appear below.

The theme of the 2007 contest is “Stop on Red, Kids Ahead.” For rules and other information, visit the “Kids’ Stop” section at


1st: Samantha Hope Burchett, North Carolina (Grade 2)
2nd: AlexAndrea Dutch Sisco, Kentucky (Grade 2)
3rd: Rowan McLaughlin, Texas (Grade 1)

1st: *Thomas Massey, Tennessee (Grade 5)
2nd: Lydia Ng, Oregon (Grade 5)
3rd: Courtney Pugh, Pennsylvania (Grade 3)

1st: Hope Falls, Virginia (Grade 7)
2nd: Kayla Norris, North Carolina (Grade 6)
3rd: Matthew Hauck, Washington (Grade 7)

DIVISION IV (Special Needs)
1st: Taylor Zolano, Illinois (Grade 7)
2nd: Lauren White, Michigan (Grade 7)
3rd: Lily McNamera, Washington, D.C. (Grade 7)

1st: Rianna MacMillan, Texas (Grade 12)
2nd: Cassandra Anderson, Virginia (Grade 12)
3rd: Josh Heron, Alabama (Grade 12)

Amber Lavergne, Seoul, South Korea (Grade 4)

*Grand prize winner

Related Topics: NAPT

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