Wadsworth Elementary students win contest to have their icon designs painted on bike lanes

Annalise Quesenberry and Sofia Ospanova won the FDOT contest for their school.


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Second grader Annalise Quesenberry was one of two Wadsworth Elementary School winners in FDOT's bike lane design contest. The other winner was fourth grader Sofia Ospanova. Annalise's design was titled "Going Green with Lightning Speed."
Second grader Annalise Quesenberry was one of two Wadsworth Elementary School winners in FDOT's bike lane design contest. The other winner was fourth grader Sofia Ospanova. Annalise's design was titled "Going Green with Lightning Speed."
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Wadsworth Elementary School second grader Annalise Quesenberry and fourth grader Sofia Ospanova won the Florida Department of Transportation's District Five Mobility Week Bike Lane Design Contest for their school.

Fourth grader Sofia Ospanova's design was titled "Biking on the Rainbow."
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The FDOT district unveiled the bike lane designs created by students at seven elementary schools across Central Florida throughout the month of May, which was National Bicycle Month.

The contest promoted walking and bicycling safety. 

Students designed their own bike lane icon for the chance to have it painted on bike lanes at their school.

Annalise's design was titled "Going Green with Lightning Speed." Sofia's design was titled "Biking on the Rainbow."

FDOT celebrated each winner with an art reveal, presentation of certificates and a brief safety presentation in their classrooms.

 

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