1. Create original artwork
3. Mail artwork and entry form to 100 North 15th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85007
Questions may be directed to Ed Yeargain at 602-542-1837 or email Ed.Y[email protected]
WHO can participate?
The contest is open to all Arizona students grades K-12th in public, private, charter schools, home schooled, and youth organizations– (one submission per student)
WHEN is the deadline?
Calendar submissions and entry forms must be received via US Mail or other courier no later than Friday December 15, 2017, late entries will not be accepted but will receive a certificate of completion.
Thirteen winners will be selected and receive the honor of having their artwork showcased in the 5th Annual Arizona Security Awareness Calendar. The calendar will be distributed throughout the State and may also be used in campaigns to raise awareness among children of all ages about Internet and computer safety.
One winner from each grade group (K-5, 6-8, 9-12) will be selected
One overall winner will be selected to be on the cover of the calendar
In addition, each winning student will be awarded a prize provided by Lifelock and OneAZ Credit Union.
What will be looked at:
Clear message is conveyed by the text and artwork
All words are spelled correctly
The art theme is in-line with at least one of the topics listed below
Creativity, originality and artistic quality
Visual clarity - easily read
Bright and colorful
Must comply with calendar requirements (listed below) – must be in landscape layout and must not use any copyrighted characters, images or clipart
All words must be spelled correctly
DO NOT submit any artwork that contains trademarked images or brands such as Disney Characters, Dell, Google, Twitter, etc.
DO NOT put any identifying information (such as student’s full name or age) on the front of the artwork
Teachers, support staff and parents may offer minimum technical support but cannot aid in the creative process.
The artwork should illustrate the safe use of the Internet and/or mobile devices. Create original artwork that demonstrates one of the following concepts:
Cyber Bullying - Interacting with others - anti-bullying or threatening when online
Cyber Security - Safeguarding personal information on the Internet
Cyber Safety and Phishing - Only visiting safe websites, the dangers of online gaming and gambling, protecting against identity theft
Malicious Code - Not sending worms and viruses, not downloading malicious code from games or websites
Cyber Community Citizenship (Cyber Ethics)
Social Networking - Safe use of social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Snap Chat, etc.
Mobile media devices and applications
Inappropriate material for kids
- Any other original concept that illustrates safe use of the Internet or mobile devices
Original hand drawn or electronically created submissions will be accepted.
Text should be dark and large enough to read.
Layout & Dimensions: Must follow
Maximum: 11” x 14”
Landscape Layout only!! – Calendars are in landscape format
Questions may be directed to Ed Yeargain at 602-542-1837 or email [email protected]