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Clay County Elections will Feature 'I Voted' Stickers Created by LPS Students

Clay County Elections will Feature 'I Voted' Stickers Created by LPS Students

All 2024 elections in Clay County, including the Presidential Election, will feature "I Voted" stickers designed by Lillian Schumacher Elementary students. 

The school collaborated with the Clay County Election Board to host a 4th grade competition to create stickers to be handed to voters after they cast their ballots at area polls. 

The Election Board chose four student designs, and all four will be available to Clay County voters.

Lillian Schumacher teacher Celeste Fansher spearheaded the project and art teacher Katy Liechti helped the students come up with their designs. 

An assembly was held on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, at the elementary where the four selected students were presented with official awards to commemorate their work. 

Students in the elementary also got to learn about the election process by voting to name their school mascot and receiving one of the four sticker designs when they cast their vote. The winning name was announced at the assembly. 

The school's shark mascot is now named Lillian!

The first election where the stickers will be available will be the Tuesday, April 2, 2024, election which will feature school board candidates for Liberty residents. 

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