SCB yearbook design winner
McKenzie Grunmeyer and Principal Mary Schmidt.
The competition was open to third through eighth grade students to design the cover with the school’s theme: "Do all you do for the Glory of God".
This year’s winner was fourth grader McKenzie Grundmeyer. McKenzie will receive a complimentary yearbook for her accomplishment.
Other students recognized for the cover designs were second place - Samantha Bach, sixth grade and third place - Daniel Bosco, eighth grade.
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