The art of rebranding
Officials say the two are the finalists among 22 submissions made by students after a call went out for submissions in late October.
They narrowed the selections down to the two finalists.
"There are lot of things that are 21st century that are happening, and a new logo might go along with that," said school board member Sarah Ambrogi, who was named to the selection committee. She said the image of arms reaching for the sky relays the idea of students achieving their aspirations.
The two logo selections were put on the city school website — www.mansd.org. — last week, and viewers are asked to vote on their preference. The voting will continue until Jan. 31, and the winning entry will be announced the following day, Ryan said.
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