Nov. 6, 2017 -- Three Marcellus students were among the 21 finalists recently announced in the annual Bousquet and Holstein Law Firm Photography Contest. This year's theme was Seen and Heard. The contest, open to Syracuse area schools, challenged student to use their photography as a means of expressing and engaging viewers in dialogue centered around the ideas of social activism, equality and civic engagement. The law firm posed the question: "What is your cause and how can you use your camera to make a difference?"
The following students were honored during a reception at the Everson Museum in Syracuse: Madison Kittelberger, 10th grade, Nicole Losito, 11th grade and Rachel Randall (12th grade). Rachel also won third place, winning $100!
“I am so proud of the work all of our students did with this project,” high school art teacher Tara Charles said.. “It was a tough one to begin the year with, and they tackled it full force!”