KJH Student Selected as Finalist in National Design Contest

Kearney Junior High ninth-grader Ava Palmer is a finalist in Johnson & Johnson’s “Happy Hands” contest, according to art teacher Rayma McKinney. This contest involves having students create designs for the company’s hand soap dispensers. This is the second year in a row that Ms. McKinney has had a student selected for the final round of the contest. Miss Palmer is a finalist in the grade 6-12 category. Her design is pictured above. The winner will be chosen by a national vote. You can follow the link below to vote for Ava once per day through the end of the month! Vote for “Ava P”!

VOTE: https://happyhands.scjp.com/en-us/ChooseADesign