Poster Contest

CONGRATULATIONS TO ISAAC FROM CORAL ACADEMY LAS VEGAS, NV!

Isaac’s entry won and he along with his family were honored at the Las Vegas City Hall by Mayor Goodman & Mayor Pro Tem Ross for his amazing work!

2017 POSTER CONTEST DETAILS

The local winner will receive a framed copy of their artwork and will be entered into the National contest.  The single National winner, his/her teacher, and his/her parents will be flown to Washington, DC, to participate in the National Missing Children’s Day ceremony at the US Department of Justice on May 2017.  Transportation and lodging will be provided.  The National winner will also receive a National Award Certificate and a United States Savings Bond.

Below are links for the 2017 Missing Child Poster Contest packet!

2017 Nevada Coordinator Deadline

2017 Student Contest Application

2017 Guidelines and Fact Sheet

We are so excited to have your participation and cannot wait to see the amazing entries from your children!

Notes:

  • All entries must be at our office by the deadline to be considered. (Friday, March 16, 2017)
  • Send them early in the week to make sure they arrive on time J

 Please mail all entries to our new address:

NEVADA CHILD SEEKERS

6375 W. CHARLESTON BLVD

BUILDING L

LAS VEGAS, NV 89146

PAST WINNERS FOR NEVADA 

Brianna O. from Las Vegas, NV.

2015 Poster Contest Winner for the State of Nevada

Jake M. from Summerlin, NV.

2014 Poster Contest Winner for the State of Nevada

Every year, the U.S. Department of Justice sponsors a national poster contest and announces the winner at the Annual Missing Children’s Day Ceremony in Washington, DC.The purpose of the contest is to demonstrate America’s united effort to bring our missing children home safely, while emphasizing the importance of abduction prevention education programs.

The poster contest also provides teachers the tools to educate children and parents about safety and initiate conversations regarding prevention. Student involvement in the poster contest promotes peer education, while compelling students to explore the significance of the theme “Bring Our Missing Children Home”.

The national winner receives a trip to Washington DC for the National Missing Children’s Day ceremony, an award, and a U.S. Savings Bond!

The state winner will win a visit to City Hall to meet the Mayor of Las Vegas and will have their artwork placed on the Nevada Child Seekers website and handouts for 2015-2016!

 

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