Corinne Gilbert, a 4th-grade student at St. Apollinaris Catholic School, won a national art/science contest. On a national level, 4th and 5th-grade students were entered into a STEAM contest through the University of Notre Dame, combining science and art. Students learned all about planet Kepler 452 B and its climate and then came up with imaginary creatures that might be able to survive on a planet with rocky terrain, volcanoes, and a gravitational pull almost twice as strong as Earth’s. Out of thousands of entries, Corinne Gilbert took third place. She won a moon light and several cool space books. Her lucky teacher won a $100 visa gift card that we will be using for classroom supplies for a special project for 4th grade.