Bullying Hurts Everyone - POSTER CONTEST
If you are being bullied... tell an adult, stay calm and confident.
If you witness bullying... interupt it by speaking up for the person being bullied and find an adult to intervene.
If you are the bully... make a commitment to change, think about what it feels like to be bullied, and resist pressure from others to be a bully.
What are some things YOU can do to make your school a place where no one gets bullied?
Create a poster that shows what YOU can do to stop bullying in your school.
Contest Rules and Specifications:
Eligibility: All students attending Anoka-Hennepin Schools are eligible.
Divisions: Posters will be judged in separate divisions for each grade level in Kindergarten through grade 12. There will be one high school division.
Theme: All posters must incorporate the contest theme: Bullying Hurts Everyone! These words must appear on each poster.
Size: All posters must be made on 11" x 17" paper.
Paper: Any type of plain white paper may be used for the poster, however, lightweight paper should be mounted on tag board or other self-supporting paper.
Art Media: Crayons, cut paper, felt tip pens, markers, pencils, pen and ink, etc., may be used to create the poster. Wood, plastic, glass, metal, fabric and felt should not be part of the poster. Collage materials should not be used; stencils, stickers, tracings, etc. may not be used. Posters must be flat for printshop reproduction purposes.
Identification: Your name, grade, and school must appear on a separate piece of paper attached to the back of the poster.
Copyright: Your poster cannot include any copyrighted characters, such as those from comics, cartoons, television programs, newspapers, magazines, etc.
Deadline: Send grade level winning posters to Ann Heath/ESC by October 27.
Judges will look for relationship of the poster design to the theme, originality of the poster, quality of artwork, visual impact of poster design, and suitability of poster for printing.
A winning poster will be selected for each division at each school to advance to the district level contest. District winners will be recognized by the School Board and their posters will be printed for use in schools.