Danielle Henneborn a Finalist in State Poster Competition

Whitman’s Advanced Computer Graphics teacher Ms. Erica Raji, Danielle Henneborn, and Principal Murphy enjoy a moment after the final bell for the day.
Whitman’s Advanced Computer Graphics teacher Ms. Erica Raji, Danielle Henneborn, and Principal Murphy enjoy a moment after the final bell for the day.
“I chose the angler fish as my visual because of what it does – lure in other fish as prey,” said our super creative student about the dangers lurking on the Internet.
“I chose the angler fish as my visual because of what it does – lure in other fish as prey,” said our super creative student about the dangers lurking on the Internet.

We are excited to hear that Danielle Henneborn was just selected as a finalist for the New York State “Kids Safe Online” Poster Contest! This statewide competition focused on Internet Safety and will be used to educate students and adults about the importance of not posting personal information on the Internet. In addition, Danielle’s work will be submitted to the National K-12 competition. “I chose the angler fish as my visual because of what it does – lure in other fish as prey,” said our super creative student about the dangers lurking on the Internet.

This is not the first time we heard about Danielle’s creative talent. Last year she won the Suffolk County “The Truth About Energy Drinks” PSA Contest with her Animation and Video entry. “Danielle has tremendous creativity and drive,” said Whitman’s Advanced Computer Graphics teacher Ms. Erica Raji. “Her focused determination comes from within and she’s able to tap into that and really bring her creativity out.”

Danielle sees herself as a visual communications specialist and as a junior will soon start her search for that perfect college fit, and no matter where she ends up, we’re sure her creative talent will speak for itself and open plenty of doors.