Poster Contest

The winning entries advance to the Metropolitan Water District’s regional poster contest where 36 entries will be selected to be featured in MWD’s Water is Life calendar which is distributed to schools and the community. The artwork is also featured in a traveling art show, on MWD outreach materials and will appear on MWD’s website for a week.

Congrats to our 2021 Poster Contest Winners!

The below winning posters were sent to the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) for judging in their regional poster contest. Winners selected will then be featured in the MWD “Water Is Life” calendar which features 36 winners from Metropolitan Water District’s (MWD) member agencies! Check out their beautiful #WaterArt below!

K-3rd Grade:

1st Place– Isaac Choy-Blandford Elementary School-1st Grade –> Click here to view poster

2nd Place– Mia Luong-Blandford Elementary School-1st Grade—> Click here to view poster

3rd Place– Stanley Liu-Blandford Elementary School-1st Grade —> Click here to view poster

4th-6th Grade:

1st Place– Angel Rios-Jellick Elementary School-5th Grade —> Click here to view poster

2nd Place– Amber Yu-Blandford Elementary School-4th Grade —> Click here to view poster 

 

Water Scholar Program

The Water Scholar Program is designed for High School seniors in order to promote water awareness. Four $1,500 scholarships are awarded each school year and are payable to the educational institution they will be attending upon proof of enrollment. Students applying are given a prompt to write about with minimum requirements to meet. After the essays are judged, students will be notified. This program runs from November to January each school year. Don’t miss out for your opportunity to win $1,500.

Water Conservation Campaign (Broadcast Media & Digital Contest)

This contest is open to middle and high school students in the spring. The objective of the contest is to increase awareness of the importance of water in Southern California by creating a video or digital art specifically focused on water conservation issues.

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