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STEM Academy 8th Grader Wins First Place in Colorado Association for Recycling Poster Contest

posted Nov 15, 2016, 8:11 AM by Denise Gliwa   [ updated Nov 15, 2016, 8:12 AM ]
Nathanel Cho, STEM School and Academy 8th grader wins first place in the Colorado Association for Recycling’s 10th Annual Poster Contest.

His artwork will be the centerpiece of a public service vide to air on  American Recycles Day on November 15

Colorado Association for Recycling  announced STEM School and Academy 8th grade student, Nathanel Cho, as the top winner in their 10th Annual Recycling Poster Contest. The contest, opened to all Colorado students in grades K-12, asked students to create posters reflecting the theme,  “ten reasons to recycle.” 

Cho’s artwork, features primarily ways to conserve water,  will be prominently featured in the organization’s PSA scheduled to run on National Recycle Day, November 15.  His work is also featured on a large billboard in the city of Pueblo, Colorado.

Cho's Artwork on Colorado State Billboard