Create a poster depicting the 2016 National Fire Prevention Week theme,“Don’t wait, check the date of your smoke detector.” Prizes will be awarded for the 1st place and runner up entries from each school (all Dublin elementary schools and Hilliard’s Washington Elementary). Award recipients and their families will be invited to an awards ceremony on October 15. Posters must be submitted by Sept. 29, 2016.
Here are all the details for our 2016 Fire Safety Poster Contest
Third graders enrolled in Dublin City Schools, Washington Elementary (Hilliard Schools), or homeschooled in Dublin or Washington Township. What? Create a poster depicting the message, “Don’t wait, check the date. Replace smoke alarms every 10 years.” Posters will be evaluated based on: (1) creativity incorporating the theme into the poster design, (2) effectiveness at catching the readers’s attention.
Enter because it’s fun and because prizes will be awarded for the first place and runner up entries from each school and from among all homeschooled students. Award recipients and their family members will be invited to an awards ceremony on Saturday October 15.
Use one 12” X 18” sheet of paper and any medium you desire (pencils, crayons, paint, chalk, etc.) to create a cool, one-of-a-kind poster design that attracts attention and conveys your message. Supply your own paper or get some from your third grade teacher or at 6200 Eiterman Road from September 16-28, 2016.
Entries must be submitted at the entrant’s school or at 6200 Eiterman Road by noon Sept. 29, 2016. All entries must have the following legible information on the poster’s reverse side in order to be eligible: Student’s first and last name, school name (or home address, if homeschooled), teacher’s name (or parent’s name, if homeschooled).