UPPER MARLBORO, MD -- Briana A. Hall, a senior at Charles Herbert Flowers High School, has won the logo contest sponsored by Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) Food and Nutrition Services. As part of National Nutrition Month in March, the department held a logo design contest to promote healthier lifestyles.
More than 100 students submitted entries. Hall’s design, an animated cup-shaped bowl filled with fruits and vegetables, will be used in marketing and promotional materials. She started drawing at age two and has not taken formal art lessons. She said the drawing took about an hour and a half to complete.
“The logo was well thought out and executed the message of having a healthier lifestyle. We want to encourage eating more fruits and vegetables throughout the school system and the winning logo supported our vision,” said Joan Shorter, Food and Nutrition Services director.
“Briana is a tremendous and wonderfully well-rounded student. She has a gift for art and drawing, and constantly thinks outside the box,” said Kendall Siedlecki, an art teacher at Flowers High. “She truly is a wonderful person and it comes as no surprise that she won this competition.”