February 19, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – The Washington County Drug Treatment Court Team invited students from Washington County high schools to submit designs for its county-wide Drug Treatment Court logo design competition. Students from five County high schools submitted over 30 logo designs for the team’s consideration.
The team appreciates all the hard work students put into submitting designs which reflect this important new program. The goal of Drug Treatment Court is to help persons with substance abuse problems get sober, stay sober and rebuild their lives.
After careful consideration and considerable debate, the team chose the design submitted by Slinger High School student Morgan Rogacki. Congratulations to Morgan and thanks to her for submitting a design which we felt best embodied the mission and spirit of Drug Treatment Court. The logo will be used in Court program documents, Court letterhead, and certificates given to Court participants.
The decision was a difficult one. The winning design received six votes, and the runner up received five. Both designs were outstanding. The team would like to specially thank and acknowledge the design which came in second place—it was submitted by Germantown High School student Hannah Hermann.
We appreciate all the hard work put in by students to design Drug Treatment Court logos. The designs were all excellent, and we thank you!
Washington County Drug Treatment Court Judge Todd K. Martens will recognize Morgan Rogacki and her contribution to the Washington County Drug Treatment Court in a ceremony during the Slinger School Board meeting at 7 p.m. February 24, 2020.