C.A. Johnson High School student Alyssa Earnhardt won double honors in the U.S. Department of Justice 18th Annual Project Sentry Logo Contest, a statewide project where students illustrate ways to prevent gun violence in schools.
Alyssa was the first-place winner in the high school division, as well as the 2021 overall winner, for her anti-gun violence design.
In addition to winning a $100 prize, her design will appear in upcoming Project Safe Neighborhood publications.
“We are so proud of Alyssa and the way she used her creative talents to design this year’s winning logo,” said Harry Williams, C.A. Johnson art teacher.
This year, the Department of Justice received 225 entries from 25 school across the state. Project Sentry seeks to promote safe schools by engaging students in meaningful conversations and initiatives that will educate and motivate young people to make positive life choices. View Alyssa’s winning entry at this link:
https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/programs/ceasefire/project-sentry/contest-winners . Learn more about Project Sentry at this website: Project Sentry .