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Annual Poster Contest for Maryland Students in Grades 1 through 8.
The Maryland Council on Economic Educations annual poster contest for Maryland students in grades 1 through 8 was developed to help teachers stimulate interest in learning basic economic & personal finance concepts by giving students an opportunity to creatively demonstrate their understanding of one of the following economic concepts: scarcity; natural, human and capital resources; opportunity cost; producers and consumers; or goods and services; or personal finance concepts: savings & Investing, taxes, markets, sources of income and philanthropy.
- Abigail Gaskill, Snow Hill Middle, Worcester County, Teacher: Maria Thompson
- Alison Quijano-Carcamo, G James Gholson Middle, Prince George’s County, Teacher: Marvin Scott
- Annaleah Buchal, Bel Air Elementary, Harford County, Teacher: Kimberly Carlos
- Audrey Whitehair, Sudlersville Middle, Queen Anne’s County, Teacher: Darryl Calloway
- Ava Mulligan, Dumbarton Middle, Baltimore County, Teacher: Donald Opdyke
- Charlotte Deraleau, Cabin John Middle, Montgomery County, Teacher: Paula Troupos
- Christopher Schultes, Centreville Elementary, Queen Anne’s County, Teacher: Lucia Calloway
- Elizabeth O’Brien, St Stephen School, Archdiocese of Baltimore, Teacher: Kathleen Hurley
- Elyse Seligman, Sykesville Middle, Carroll County, Teacher: Carol Schaper
- Hannah Bohtling, North Salisbury Elementary, Wicomico County, Teacher: Kelli Lewis
- Madison Penney, Deer Crossing Elementary, Frederick County, Teacher: Judy Schanuel
- Natalie Zakamska, Roland Park Elementary, Baltimore City, Teacher: Kristen McGinness
- Sarah Nottingham, Stephen Decatur Middle, Worcester County, Teacher: Andrew Zanowic
- Selenne Tanguilig, White Oak Middle, Montgomery County, Teacher: Kesa Summers
- Shreya Kumar, Patapsco Middle, Howard County, Teacher: Michael Ordovensky
- Sofia Theoharidis, Cromwell Valley Elementary, Baltimore County, Teacher: Flo Falatko
- Unnabh Shrestha, Broadneck Elementary, Anne Arundel County, Teacher: Kelly Moore
In 2019-2020 over 1,800 students from 42 elementary and middle schools in 16 Maryland school systems submitted posters to visually demonstrate their understanding of fundamental economic and personal finance concepts.