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2010 Poster Contest

We asked our round one schools to design posters that described how to be a good digital citizen on the internet and the winner would win a Flip UltraHD camera! We are very pleased to announce we have a winner: Julia from Cambridge Elementary.  Check out her poster below!

Julia from Cambridge Elementary School won the digital citizenship poster contest with this poster

Check out all the finalists, runners up and the winner on Digital Wish’s poster contest gallery page!

Download the printable contest flyer!

Entries were judged based on this criteria:

* Demonstrate any aspect of what it means to be a good digital citizen
* Show a lot of creativity

Each school could submit only one poster to be judged. All the schools selected their best candidate and gave the poster to their Digital Wish trainer. Digital Wish’s panel of judges selected the winner and the decision is final.

Great job to all of our entrants, finalists, runners up and our winner!


Statewide Poster Contest – Expansion

  Download the Sponsorship Package for the Statewide Poster Contest

Based on the success of the poster contest last school year, Digital Wish is pursuing funding to expand the program so that all students in Vermont can learn  more about becoming a good digital citizen. Schools were absolutely plastered with positive messaging about safe internet usage, and this simple contest was very important in raising cultural awareness for cyber safety issues.

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