By Kaitlin Ahern

South Orangetown Middle School Students Selected to Compete in National Doodle 4 Google Competition

  |  Local News - Rockland County  

A total of 46 South Orangetown Middle School art students recently competed in this year's Doodle 4 Google competition. Each year, Google invites students to use their artistic talents in redesigning the Google homepage logo. This year's theme is "What I'd like to do someday." The students' work was judged based on artistic merit and how well they depicted the theme and the winners were chosen by teachers Beth Dougherty and Peter Olsen. Sixteen student works were selected to move on to the regional competition encompassing New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Winners from each region around the country will then go to the National competition. The winning logo from the National Competition will be displayed on the Google homepage on May 20, 2011.

The following students will be competing at the regional level:

Livia Bartels

Erin Bogosian

Kai Canoll

Shannon Ehmsen

Samantha Glazer

Sandra Goldstein Lehnert

Christy Josephy

Rachel Maggiore

Sara McKiernan

Rebecca Schmidt

Annika Scilipote

Yuna Shin

Joanna Spano

Stephanie Sweeney

Caitlin Taduran

Elen Xing


Below are several of the winning entries:

Doodle 4 Google - to travel the world by Caitlin Taduran





Caitlin Taduran's Google Doodle:

To travel the world







Doodle 4 Google - to skydive by Erin Bogosian




Erin Bogosian's Google Doodle:

To skydive






Doodle 4 Google - to save the endangered animals by Sara McKiernan





Sara McKiernan's Google Doodle:

To save the endangered animals






Doodle 4 Google - to walk on the moon by Kai Canoll




Kai Canoll's Google Doodle:

To walk on the moon






Doodle 4 Google - to be a teacher by Samantha Glazer





Samantha Glazer with her Google Doodle:

To be a teacher









Share This Article on Facebook

Comments for This Article