Panther Run Elementary School recently announced that first-grade student Alani DiAntonio won first place in the Village of Wellington’s “Drop Savers” poster contest for Division 1. The first-place winners went on to compete at the state level. DiAntonio came in second place at the state competition. The posters had to portray a water conservation message in the drawing and the slogan. The students not only learned about the importance of water conservation, but how to create an impactful art piece to get their message across. DiAntonio is shown above with Panther Run art teacher Kris Davis.