2019 Drop Savers Water Conservation Poster Contest 


ABOUT THE CONTEST

Every year the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association (FSAWWA) works with local water utilities to sponsor the “Drop Savers” Water Conservation Poster Contest. Students in grades K-12 are encouraged to create a poster depicting a water conservation idea, in slogan form, drawing form, or both. The contest allows students to promote water awareness and the importance of water conservation in their daily routines.

Each school/parent must submit all entries to St. Cloud Public Services Department  (1300  9th St, St. Cloud FL 34769) by Friday, March 8, 2019. Arrangements can be made for posters to be picked up from participating schools.

Grade divisions for the contest are as follows:

•Division One:  Kindergarten – First grade

•Division Two:  Second – Third grades

•Division Three:  Fourth – Fifth grades

•Division Four: Sixth – Eighth grades

Division Five: Ninth – Twelfth grades

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

§ 8 ½” x 11” white drawing paper to make the poster. Use a portrait or landscape format.

§ Crayons, color pencils, paint, or markers. No highlighters, photos, or computer graphics.

§Make sure it all fits on the 8 ½” x 11” white drawing paper and have the letters and message large enough to be read easily.

**Entry form must be completely filled out and taped to the back of each poster.**

JUDGING AND PRIZES

•A panel of City of St. Cloud employees will select the winning posters from each grade division. The first place winner in each division will be submitted to the statewide contest to represent the City of St. Cloud.

Note: Submissions grant the City of St. Cloud the right to use artwork for other promotional purposes without further permission or compensation. 

Each poster must portray a water conservation idea in a slogan, drawing, or both. Please encourage as many students to participate in the contest as possible. Suggested selection criteria are relevance to subject, creativity and originality, not just artistic abilities. 


For more information and rules, please call 407-957-7328