STUDENTS GRADE 1-6
2018 CLEAN WATER WEEK POSTER CONTEST
The 2018 Theme is: Quality of Water, Quality of Life.
- Do you like to draw?
- Are you interested in the environment and clean water?
- Do you want to encourage others to think about our environment?
- Please Consider Making a Poster for the 2018 Clean Water Week Poster Contest
Teachers and Administrators
- Want to find a way to get your students involved in a great program in support of the environment and clean water?
- Want to challenge your students to participate in a creative, community based contest?
- Please consider having students create entries to the contest. Participation can be individual or organized around a classroom project.
Winning entries receive: cash prizes, a dinner awards ceremony hosted by the NHDES and the NHWPCA and a chance to meet the Governor.
National Clean Water Week is celebrated every year in June to remind everyone of the importance of protecting our water resources. Members of the NHWPCA dedicate their careers to keeping our waters clean in NH by operating wastewater treatment plants which help to eliminate pollution in our rivers, lakes, and streams. The Poster Contest was established to help spread the word about the need to keep our waters clean and unpolluted. See attached FAQ sheet and application form for additional information.
SPONSORED BY NEW HAMPSHIRE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION
NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
Please see attached frequently asked questions regarding the poster contest. Images of last year’s top winners can be seen on the attachment.
The National Clean Water Week is celebrated every year in June to remind everyone of the importance of protecting our water resources. Members of the NHWPCA dedicate their careers to keeping our waters clean by operating wastewater treatment plants to eliminate the discharge of pollutants to our rivers, lakes and streams. To help them spread the word about the need to keep our waters clean and unpolluted, the NHWPCA invites grade-school students to create a poster for their yearly Clean Water Week Poster Contest. Students in grades 1 – 3 and 4 – 6 attending any New Hampshire are eligible to enter. Packages containing a letter signed by the Governor and contest details are sent to all grade schools in New Hampshire in October. Only one entry per school is allowed and must be received by the deadline in February. Posters from grades 1 – 3 and 4 – 6 are judged separately with prizes awarded in each grade group. The poster must cover the theme which changes yearly.
Please contact Geri Ciardelli at email@example.com or 603-589-3563 for more information.
Clean Water Week Student Poster Contest
|1st thru 3rd grade winners|
|1st – Liana Lansigan Crossroads Academy Lyme, NH|
|2nd – Saia Patel Crossroads Academy Lyme, NH|
|3rd – Abigail Thomas Infant Jesus School Nashua, NH|
|4th thru 6th grade winners|
|1st – Irina Stan Crossroads Academy Lyme, NH|
|2nd – Anjali Kurup Bicentennial Elementary Nashua, NH|
|3rd – Haider Khan Bicentennial Elementary Nashua, NH|
|Governor’s invitation to enter|