2020 ROE Student Photo Contest: St. Charles North Student's Photo Shatters the Competition

2020 ROE Student Photo Contest: St. Charles North Student’s Photo Shatters the Competition

It’s Week 8 of the Kane County Regional Office of Education’s Student Photography Contest!

This week, we received 108 submissions from 10 schools in our Photo Manipulation themed-week. Check out how creative the top 10 photos from this week are!

If you are a high school student or teacher who would like to submit photos for next week, please contact Molly McQueeny at the Kane County Regional Office of Education.

Top 10 Photos From Week 8

1. ‘Fragmented’ — Giovanna Domma, Senior

  • St. Charles North High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Karissa Schulten

2. ‘Emily’ — Anna Marx, Senior

  • Bartlett High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Michelle Zappia-Eickmeier

3. ‘Stairs’ — Nicole Doty, Senior

  • South Elgin High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Jorie Bartholomew

4. ‘Double Exposure’ — Nick Jenco, Sophomore

  • St. Charles North High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Stephanie Dodd

5. ‘Split’ — Hunter Petersen, Junior

  • St. Charles North High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Karissa Schulten

6. ‘Untitled’ — Izabela Garcia, Freshman

  • West Aurora High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Kristi Rhodes

7.  ‘Macabre Visions‘ — Ari Smith, Junior

  • Geneva High School
  • Film Photography
  • Instructor: Danica Fahmy

8. ‘Feel the Rhythm’ — Rylie Montgomery, Junior

  • Aurora Christian High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Grahame Wilkin

9. ‘This is Me’ — Maggie McCoy, Senior

  • Central High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Peg Gannon

10. ‘Into Another World’ — Bethany Cadle, Sophomore

  • Kaneland High School
  • Digital Photography
  • Instructor: Erin Damisch

About the Kane County Regional Office of Education

Led by Regional Superintendent of Schools Patricia Dal Santo, the Kane County ROE is located in Geneva and serves nine school districts. From teacher licensure assistance to professional development, the ROE’s mission is to advocate for education, provide leadership and perform regulatory functions.

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