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Student Contest
2014 If I Were Mayor... Contest
Mayor Denny Doyle announced the winners of Beaverton’s “If I Were Mayor...” contest during the Beaverton City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. This is the sixth year the City of Beaverton participated in the contest sponsored by the Oregon Mayors Association for students in fourth grade through high school. The Beaverton winner in each category received a $50 Visa gift card and will go on to compete in the statewide competition for an iPad Air tablet.

Winners

4-5 Grade Poster Contest: Jennifer Mende
Jennifer is in the 5th grade at Jacob Wismer Elementary School Jennifer’s poster portrayed a healthy, friendly and clean Beaverton.

View Jennifer's poster

Poster contest winner Jennifer Mende with Mayor Doyle


Middle School Student Essay Contest: Nandini Naidu
Nandini is in the 8th grade at Valley Catholic Middle School. Nandini’s essay outlined a peaceful and harmonious Beaverton. Her hope was to make Beaverton more business friendly, family-friendly and eco-friendly. 

Read Nandini's essay

2014 Essay winner Nandini Naidu with Mayor Doyle


High School Video Contest: Katie Li
Katie is in the 11th grade at Sunset High School. Katie’s video asked for later school start times so youth would be more focused and not fall asleep in class. She also included a Beaverton Planting Day.



2014 Video contest winner Katie Li with Mayor Doyle

Congratulations to our 2014 “If I Were Mayor…” Contest winners!

If you are interested in entering the “If I were Mayor…” Contest, check back to this website for the official entry form and contest details in mid-February 2015.