Tatem Elementary School Students Win NJSACC's 'Celebrate Afterschool Poster Contest'

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COLLINGSWOOD, N.J. -

Students at a local elementary school have received state recognition for their creativity.

Students from the Archway Program's Just Kids Program at Tatem Elementary School in Collingswood created and won the New Jersey's School-Age Care Coalition's first-ever Celebrate Afterschool Poster Contest.

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Over 100 posters from 14 different after-school programs from throughout the state were submitted into the contest, but the creative colorful puzzle-piece poster from Tatem Elementary School won over the judges.

The puzzle poster was inspired by students in the program that have autism, and each of the kids designed their own piece explaining what they love to do in their after-school program.

For its winning poster, the program was awarded a $50 gift card that will be used towards an event in the future.

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