PLAINFIELD, NJ — Plainfield Public Schools’ 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21stCCLC) has extended the logo contest for the QTN TV Station to January 27. The organization is encouraging all Plainfield schools’ students, in all grade levels, to submit their logo design for the Queen Television Network (QTN), a livestream broadcasting initiative, that will deliver live coverage of home athletic events and other school-sponsored activities. 

Zelda Spence, Director of the 21st CCLC, said, “The QTN planning committee is looking for current students, in all grade levels, who can design a creative, innovative, and professional logo.” She said the logo will be used to brand the student-run, online television station, QTN.  

The logo must include a Plainfield Cardinal, wearing a crown, and a microphone. The students may use their own criteria to place the three images together. The main requirement is that the artwork is creative and attractive.  

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How to enter the contest? The students may submit their artwork to the planning committee via email to the Office of the Community Engagement Liaison, The contest began last week and the extension was granted to allow additional students to participate and to have time to finish their entries. Submissions will be accepted through January 27. The winner will receive a $100 gift card and will be announced on the district website by January 29.  

In order for the entries to be reviewed by the judges, all entries must be:

1) Submitted directly to Ms. Gloria Montealegre at  

2) Submitted in their original source file; and  

3) Submitted as a high-resolution Word file.

The logo selected will be featured on the QTN website, QTN journalist apparel and more. 

For more information, please email