Mey­ers, Wood classes win in De­catur High School door dec­o­rat­ing con­test

Westside Eagle-Observer - - NEWS AND EVENTS - MIKE ECKELS meck­[email protected]

DE­CATUR — Stu­dents and teach­ers worked for sev­eral days to get their class­room doors dec­o­rated and ready for judg­ing in the Win­ter Door Dec­o­rat­ing Con­test at De­catur High School Dec. 17.

The theme for this event was ei­ther a win­ter won­der­land scene or hol­i­day set­ting. One cri­te­rion for this con­test was that the teach­ers and stu­dents had to work to­gether to de­sign and dec­o­rate their en­trance door­ways.

The doors were judged in four cat­e­gories, in­clud­ing cre­ativ­ity, stu­dent par­tic­i­pa­tion, hol­i­day/win­ter theme, and im­pres­sion. In each cat­e­gory, a to­tal of four points was pos­si­ble, with 16 be­ing a per­fect score.

Tak­ing first place was Daniel Mey­ers’ class with its Win­ter Won­der­land Theme dis­play, fol­lowed by the Snow­man dis­play by Al­lie Wood’s class.

West­side Ea­gle Ob­server/MIKE ECKELS

Daniel Mey­ers’ class won first place for the Win­ter Door Dec­o­rat­ing Con­test at De­catur High School in De­catur Dec. 17 for this dis­play in the main hall­way at the school.

West­side Ea­gle Ob­server/MIKE ECKELS

Al­lie Wood’s class won sec­ond place in the Win­ter Door Dec­o­rat­ing Con­test Dec. 17 at De­catur High School in De­catur.

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