St. Mark’s Lutheran School cleaned up in Clorox’s
Power a Bright Future contest. The Hacienda Heights students won
$25,000 in the create division.
“We won for our weekly news show with students producing video
segments announcing the events taking place on campus,” explained
teacher Julie Evangelista, who co-produces the show with teacher Mala
The students couldn’t have won without the support of their parents
and families. By the end of the contest, 88,686 people had voted for St.
Marks between Oct. 24 and Dec. 9.
“It was a close contest with another school in Missouri. One day we
were ahead in votes, then the next day they would push ahead of us,”
Read more in Rich Irwin’s story CLOROX.