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Kendyl Burton takes top honors at state STLP competition

By Robin Hancock, ACES STLP Coach

STLP stands for State Technology Leadership Program and is an organization that promotes leadership through the use of technology. Each year STLP holds a state competition in Lexington at Rupp Arena, however this year it was held online due to social distancing guidelines.

In February 2020, Kendyl Burton, daughter of Chris and Lisa Burton, submitted digital projects along with other members of the Adair County Elementary School STLP. In March, she was notified by the State STLP that she was a semi-finalist for her graphic art submission titled, "Together- We Are Everything." Graphic art entries are judged on originality and creativity, art elements, and how those art elements present the theme of the piece. As well, Kendyl wrote a process of how she created her graphic art piece and credited the software she used.

Just this month, Kendyl was notified that she was a finalist in the State STLP competition for the Graphic Art/Elementary category. When winners were announced, Kendyl's work was awarded second in the state out of all participating elementary schools.

When asked about her inspiration, Kendyl said, "I knew I needed to be really creative in my design, and I wanted to promote the idea that everyone should be accepted for who they are."




This story was posted on 2020-05-08 14:28:06
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Kendyl Burton's STLP graphic art entry



2020-05-08 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Kendyl Burton.
Kendyl's work, above, was awarded second in the state out of all participating elementary schools for the STLP graphic art category.

When asked about her inspiration she said, "I knew I needed to be really creative in my design, and I wanted to promote the idea that everyone should be accepted for who they are."

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