A team of students from Unionville High School has won PennDOT’s 2018 Paint the Plow contest for District Six, according to a report from the Daily Local News.
This year saw five high schools from Chester County take part, including Downingtown East, Octorara, Conestoga, and West Chester East. Each school received a PennDOT plow blade to decorate with a design that incorporated the winter safety theme “Slow in the Snow.”
Students were also encouraged to include patriotic or weather-related themes into the design, along with the logo, emblem, or mascot of their school.
Paint the Plow is a statewide community outreach program that started in District Nine three years ago and has since spread throughout the state. This year was the inaugural one for District Six.
The blades will be visible during the winter and will be used to enhance public awareness, promote safety, and foster greater appreciation of art programs within the community.
Read more about Paint the Plow in the Daily Local News here.