Contest is open to Ithaca High School students to submit a drawing to be included in a coloring book that will be distributed to elementary school kids.
Prizes will be awarded to each student whose drawing is chosen to be included in the coloring book, and one grand prize winner will have their drawing featured on the cover of the coloring book.
Drawings must be black and white, simple line drawings with a water-quality theme and an educational component that is science-based (possible examples: the water cycle, water conservation, water pollution, ways humans use water, ways animals use water, groundwater protection, surface water protection, watershed education, well/septic issues, city water systems, rural water systems, etc.).
Students are free to submit multiple drawings for consideration. Submissions can be hand-drawn or computer generated, but all designs must be original artwork (no clipart or photography). All drawings will become the property of the City of Ithaca to be used in publication of educational materials.
Important Notes: Please submit designs on 8 ½ by 11” white paper with student’s name and grade written lightly on the back in a corner. Include entry form with drawing but do not attach the two sheets together with staples or paper clips, or fold the paper in any way. Digital submissions are strongly encouraged at email@example.com.
Contest is sponsored by the City of Ithaca in cooperation with the Gratiot Conservation District, and is funded by a grant from the Michigan Wellhead Protection Program.
Submissions are due by January 31st 2019.
Please Submit the Following Information to Julie Spencer at the Gratiot Conservation District. firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-560-1144 or in person at 301 E. Commerce Drive. Ithaca.
Name of Student:
Grade at Ithaca High School during 2018-19 school year: