• National School Breakfast Week

    Student Poster Contest

     

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  • CONTEST GUIDELINES

    Who can enter: Any PPS student in grades K-12 can enter their division: K-2, 3-5, and 6-12.

     

    1)    The poster contest theme "Take Off with School Breakfast" must be clearly executed to show students all

    the ways that your school breakfast program is a winner!

     

    2)    Artwork created by students must be the student’s original work.

     

    3)    Copyrighted characters (for example, Disney characters) will not be accepted.

     

    4)    Students may use a variety of media, such as crayons, colored pencils, markers, paint, etc. Bright, bold

    colors will reproduce better for the posters. Digital drawings are also acceptable.

     

    5)    Lettering should complement the visual image and it should be in bold print.

     

    6)    All artwork submitted becomes property of Pittsburgh Public Schools and may be reproduced and will not

    be acknowledged or returned.

     

    7)    The artwork must have a parent’s consenting e-signature. Additional directions below in #4. 

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    Rubric for Judging

     

     

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