Mason Teems, son of Chad and Brittany Teems, placed second in the statewide Law Day Coloring Contest.
In celebration of Law Day, the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts, Georgia Council of Court Administrators, and the Georgia Department of Education sponsored the statewide annual coloring/poster contest.
The contest was open to all private, public and homeschool students in Georgia. Mason’s submission was judged in the category of Coloring for Pre-K through second grade. A panel of judges and attorneys determined the semi-finalists and the final decision was determined on April 27th at the Judicial Council meeting in Athens. Three students’ artwork across the state were selected and each will receive a trophy from the Judicial Council Office of Courts.
Mason’s artwork depicts the three branches of government and the separation of powers. Mason will receive a trophy from the Judicial Council of Courts and will be recognized at the Chattooga County School Board meeting on May 17.