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2022 First Circuit Law Day Art Contest Winners Announced
Elizabeth McDonnell

Congratulations to four Priory students earned awards in this year’s First Circuit Law Day Art Contest. 

Ailene Kim won first place in grades 3-5, Kaya Chang won second place in grades 3-5, Emily Kim who won second place in grades 6-8, and Khloe Arrell took third place in grades 6-8. The students will receive certificates recognizing their achievement and gift cards ranging from $20-$50. In addition, their artwork will be displayed in an Oʻahu courthouse.

The 2022 First Circuit Law Day Art Contest, sponsored by the Hawaiʻi State Judiciary, is celebrated each year on May 1 to celebrate America’s commitment to the role of law in our society. The Court traditionally celebrates Law Day by inviting all Oahu students in grades 3 to 8 to showcase their creativity and talent with artistic interpretations of the Law Day theme they choose each year. The 2022 contest theme was: Toward a More Perfect Union: The Constitution in Times of Change. 

This is the fifth year that Ms. Heather Lum’s classes have participated in the contest, and the fifth year in a row that we have had winners in The Priory! Congrats students and teachers!