“How I Walk and Bike Safely” Poster Contest
Hey kids, do you know how to walk and ride your bike safely?
If so, then you’re invited to create a poster illustrating how.
The Somerset County Traffic Safety Alliance is partnering with RideWise to host a “How I Walk and Bike Safely” poster contest.
Rules and eligibility:
Posters should be submitted on 11x17 paper; hand drawn by markers, colored pencils or crayons only. Only original work will be considered (no magazine cutouts).
The student’s name, school, grade level, teacher’s name & e-mail address must be written on the back of the poster. Please do not fold posters.
Students are encouraged to include an original slogan or title on their posters.
Deadline:The deadline for submissions is 4:00 P.M. on May 15, 2013. Posters may be mailed or delivered to RideWise, 360 Grove Street, Bridgewater, NJ.
The winning entries will be determined based on how well the poster portrays how to ride a bike or walk safely. One winner will be accepted from each grade for a total of seven winners. Winners will be selected in seven grade categories: Kindergarten, 1st. 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade. Each winner will receive one reflective safety vest, two reflective arm bands, one clip on light and one $25 savings bond.
For additional information contact Sergeant Chris Rokicki of the Somerset County Traffic Safety Alliance at 40 N. Bridge Street PO Box 3000, Somerville NJ 08876 Phone: 908-541-5023 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the summer special programs at the Philadelphia Museum of art!
First grade recently finished a unit on Piet Mondrian. We looked at his abstract paintings such as Broadway Boogie Woogie. Here is a different perspective of the artwork.
Artsonia Permission Slip
Click on the Artsonia icon below to view your child's artwork.
Vote for artist of the week (on the righthand side of the page).
Choose which artwork you like best. The artwork is made by children from other schools. Be sure to look closely sometimes students from Hillsborough are on there.
Go to artsonia.com and leave a message for one of our artists!
Go to Just Browsing
Schoolgalleries, click on US and enter Hillsborough, NJ 08844 (our city, state and zip code).
Click on Hillsborough Elementary SchoolHillsboroughElementary School
Then you can search for an artist (by first name) or just click on an art project.
Click on the artwork,
Then click on Comment (the cartoon bubble)
Enter a web comment and type only your first name, check the box to verify you only put your first name, and then hit continue.
Your comment will be sent to the artist.
Go back to Art Museum (at the top of the page) and begin again.
All students kindergarten through 4th grade attend one 40 minute art class each six day cycle. That equates to 28 times in the entire school year.
Last Modified on May 9, 2013