South Jersey Third Grader Wins Google 4 Doodle Contest

South Jersey’s Allison Kang was just named the New Jersey winner of Google’s Google 4 Doodle contest – and now you can help her win the huge grand prize.

The Google contest challenged children in grades K-12 to create a doodle of “what I see for the future…” including the letters G-O-O-G-L-E. The artists submitted their creation in December, along with a 50-word statement describing it. Next, guest judges chose one finalist from each state.

Kang, a third-grader at Cherry Hill’s Sharp Elementary School, was chosen in the Grades K-3 category for her creation of a girl with wings. Her statement read, “I think in the future everyone will have a pair of wings and is allowed to fly around with it.”

Community voting is open until March 6 at 5 pm to determine five national finalists (one from each grade group). Then, a panel of Google employees will select a national winner. Click here to cast your vote.

The national winner will have his or her doodle featured on the U.S. homepage for one day. He or she will also receive a $30,000 scholarship, a trip to Google headquarters and a $50,000 Google for Education Technology Award to their school.

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