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Kindergarten Student Spearheads Election Day Vote
Owen Struzzerio (5), a Kindergarten student at Geneva Day School in Potomac, MD wanted to know why his school does not have a mascot. Owen said that his “sister’s school has a mascot, the de Chantal Dukes (a dog) that they get to cheer for,” as do many other schools and sports teams. Owen asked his teachers, Ann Hepburn and Debra Lieberman, about the possibility of having a school mascot. School director, Suzanne Funk, thought it was a great idea. The Kindergarten class learned that a mascot represents an organization and “can even help raise money” as one student said. After tallying a vote in class, the monarch butterfly, duck and hawk were chosen as candidates for a school mascot vote. Owen said he thought the “monarch was a little cool” partly because “we have a lot of them at Geneva” (referencing the school-wide monarch butterfly unit). Over the past month, Kindergarten students designed campaign posters for each mascot candidate, made ballot boxes, visited each class at the school and presented to their peers why it was important to vote for a specific mascot. On Election Day, students made their selections and put them in the ballot boxes. The Kindergarten class set up a private polling station and punched their ballots.
When asked what part of the month-long campaign and voting process was their favorite, students’ comments included “telling the other classes made me feel good” to “holding the poster was fun” and, of course, reiterating their choice of mascot—hawk, duck or butterfly. Best of all, they agreed that being able to vote and having a choice was much better than having someone else decide for them. After sorting and tallying the votes, the Kindergarten’s preliminary results, excluding absentee ballots, are: monarch butterfly-86, duck-78 and hawk-51. Congratulations to the monarch butterfly! Now, Geneva Day School students will have to work on naming their new mascot.
About Geneva Day School:
Geneva Day School, established in 1965, is a private, non-denominational school offering award-winning preschool and kindergarten programs and summer camp for area children ages 2-6.
For More Information Contact:
Development Coordinator (Mon, Tue, Fri)
Geneva Day School
11931 Seven Locks Road
Potomac, MD 20854
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