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ACES students invited to enter Conservation Art Poster Contest

By Rachel Waggener, Visual Arts Teacher
Adair County Elementary School

All Adair County Elementary School students are invited to participate in this year's Jim Claypool Conservation Art Poster Contest. This year's theme is "We All Need Water."

Students are asked to please create a poster on 81/2" by 11" paper (standard printer paper size) persuading Kentuckians to conserve and protect our state's water supply!

Additional valuable information and education can be found at the website below. Please use this website to form your persuasive argument:
We All Need Water (PDF)

The deadline to enter is October 11, 2021, by end of day. Please deliver to Mrs. Waggener at ACES. Please MAKE SURE your first AND last name AND homeroom teacher are easily read on the back of your poster. Posters with names on front will not be judged.

This story was posted on 2021-09-29 12:15:06
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