Each month we choose a theme for the Nala’atsi Student Photo Competition. Students submit a photograph that they feel best represents the theme, and then we vote on the best photograph. The winner gets to choose the next theme (& receives a fabulous prize, ie. Caribbean cruise). The current theme is “A Stick” (reminder: students choose the topics) (Deadline: Feb 28, 2019)
The theme for our tenth photo competition was “Vintage,” and the winner is… Minoquan Lynxleg, by a landslide! Nicely done! Mino wins a Subway gift certificate and a fabulous trip to… beautiful Courtenay, BC!
The theme for our ninth photo competition was “Emotion,” and our winners are… well it’s kind of complicated. Lelaina Jules got the most votes with this fantastic photo below!
But given that staff can’t win the competition, the two runners-up – and hence winners – are… Marion Dawson and Kaycee Williams! Excellent work Marion & Kaycee! See their respective photos below:
The theme for our eighth photo competition was “Hope,” and our winner is… Kaycee Williams with the four-peat! Excellent work Kaycee!
The theme for our seventh photo competition was “Struggle,” and our winner is… Abigayle Randell! Well done Abigayle!
The theme for our sixth photo competition was “Natural Beauty,” & this time we put it to a vote on this new social media site that all the kids are using called “Facebook.” We have 3 winners: Alex Pickard, Charles Clair, and Kaycee Williams. See their photos below!
The theme for our fifth photo competition was “Strength,” and our winner is… Kaycee Williams! Our first second-time winner, well done Kaycee!
The theme for our fourth photo competition was “Nature,” and our winner is… Charles Clair! Excellent work Charles!
The theme for our third photo competition was “Culture,” and our winner is… Kaycee Williams! Well done Kaycee!
The theme for the second photo competition was “Life” and our winner is… Darian Johnston! Below is his winning photograph. Great job Darian!
Photo Competition #1: Our first theme was “Change,” and the winner is… (drum roll)… Katie Schulz! Below is her winning photograph. Well done Katie!