Christin Engelberth Wins Google 4 Doodle 2009 Competition

Google announced Christin Engelberth, a sixth grader at Bernard Harris Middle School in San Antonio, Texas, as the winner of the second Google 4 Doodle competition.

Her Doodle will be displayed on the Google.com home page tomorrow, May 21, 2009. In addition, she will receive a $15,000 college scholarship, a laptop, and a $25,000 technology grant for her school. Here is a picture of that winning logo:

Google Doodle 2009 Winner

The three other finalists will receive laptops. Here are those finalists:

  • Grades K-3: Miriam Elizabeth Lowery ~ Grade K, Austin Peay Elementary, Covington, TN for the “Friendship Around the World” Doodle.
  • Grades 7-9: Blakely Linz ~ Grade 7, Indian Hill Middle School, Cincinnati, OH for the “Stop to Smell the Flowers” Doodle.
  • Grades 10-12: Emerald Lu ~ Grade 10, Covington Latin School, Covington, KY for the “From the Ashes” Doodle

Also, Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the recipient of the District Quality Participation Prize and will receive a $10,000 prize.

For last year’s winner, see the winner of the Doodle 4 Google 2008 competition.

Postscript: This article from App Scout has pictures of the awards and schools that won.

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Google: Logos

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