A Denton County middle schooler progresses in a Google Doodle contest. And his work is in the running to be a national finalist.
On Thursday, Google announced that local middle schooler Grace Curran was the Texas winner of its 14th annual “Doodle for Google” contest.
Grace attends Calhoun Middle School in Denton and is one of 54 state and territory winners.
The “Doodle for Google” competition allows students from K-12 to submit artwork in hopes of having their art featured on Google.com and to win scholarships and technology packages for their school.
This year, Google invited students to respond to the prompt “I take care of myself by… through works of art. Grace chose to focus her art on sports, titling her piece “Sports for All”. His response to the prompt is as follows:
“This Doodle represents how I take care of myself doing all kinds of sports, playing sports and exercising is an important part of taking care of myself every day, between pushing my body to the limit and working out team up with friends, playing sports is as fulfilling as a spa. »
Grace now has the opportunity to be one of five national finalists and become the national winner and have her work featured on google.com. Click here to see his work and vote.