MTHS students win second place in Holocaust Center contest for anti-bullying video

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    A group of tenth graders at Mountlake Terrace High School won second place in the Holocaust Center for Humanity’s 2017 Writing, Art and Film contest.

    Andy Nguyen, Sharanjit Natt, Justin Guaren, Karly Rismoen and Christian Todorakev won the award for a short film called “United We Stand,” demonstrating what students can do to stand up to bullying.

    The group will be honored by a community reception on July 16 at the Henry and Sandra Friedman Holocaust Center for Humanity. Their work will be featured at the Holocaust Center, as well as during events and in publications throughout the year.

    A total of 913 students submitted projects to the contest this year.

    To view the second-place entry by the group of local students, click here.

    A group of students from Mountlake Terrace High School also took first prize in the contest. Click here to learn more about them and their video.

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