TOPEKA – (March 5, 2020) – A fifth grade student from Stout Elementary School in Topeka has been chosen as the winner of the 2020 Missing Children’s Poster Contest, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and KBI Director Kirk Thompson announced today. Josiah Mdoe was announced today as the winner of the state contest during an all-school assembly at Stout Elementary. Mdoe’s poster was chosen among 54 entries to the contest. The annual poster contest is held in recognition of National Missing Children’s Day celebrated annually on May 25. Students all across the state enter artwork representing the theme, “Bringing Our Missing Children Home.” The poster contest provides an opportunity for schools, law enforcement and child advocates to discuss the issue...
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Topeka fifth-grader wins Missing Children’s Poster Contest