2018 Wildlife Week Poster Winners

The theme for Wildlife Week 2018 is Nebraska’s Endangered and At Risk Species. It is designed to bring awareness of the many species of animals, birds, and plants in the state which are at risk due to loss of habitat or other factors. The contest rules and other materials are still on line here.

This years winners are:

Fourth Grade, First place

Artist: Dane Meyer

School: St. Wenceslaus School, Dodge

Teacher: Beth Wisnieski

Fourth Grade, Second Place

Artist: Brooklynn Hoffman

School: Chadron Intermediate, Chadron

Teacher: Nancy Anderson

Fourth Grade, Third  Place

Artist: Kaleb Ramirez

School: Calvert Elementary, Auburn

Teacher: Dan Shaffer

Fourth Grade, Fourth Place

Artist: Nicole Cop DeLeon

School: Howells-Dodge School, Dodge

Teacher: Kelly Throener

Fifth Grade, First Place

Artist: Hope McDonald

School: Centura Public, Cairo

Teacher: Barb Knopik

Fifth Grade, Second Place

Artist: Ellie Mancuso

School: Brownell_Talbot, Omaha

Teacher: Rob Schindler

Fifth Grade, Third Place

Artist: Adrian Lopez Chavez

School: Knickrehm Elementary, Grand Island

Teacher: Diane Meyer

Fifth Grade, Fourth Place

Artist: Autumn Asche

School: Knickrehm Elementary, Grand Island

Teacher: Diane Meyer

Sixth Grade, First Place

Artist: Emerson Ortmeier

School: St. Wenceslaus School, Dodge

Teacher: Danielle Klosen

Sixth Grade, Second Place

Artist: Yazmin Ratzlaff

School: Malcolm Public, Malcolm

Teacher: Georgia Stahr

Sixth Grade, Third Place

Artist: Cody Rice

School: Malcolm Public, Malcolm

Teacher: Georgia Stahr

Sixth Grade, Fourth Place

Artist: Edgar Gomez

School: Crete Middle School, Crete

Teacher: Kelli Wilke