Each year Rowland Water District hosts an annual poster contest where students are encouraged to create posters which depict water being used wisely at home, in the community, in recreation, in the environment or new water saving ideas for the future. Our goal is to get students thinking about the importance of our most valuable natural resource—water.
RWD judges the posters based on creativity, spelling and originality. Rowland picks the top three posters from elementary, middle school and high school and awards the students with an Amazon gift card. Poster paper is also provided upon request. The first TEN teachers to have their ENTIRE class submit posters will receive an art kit!
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.
The contest for this year is now closed. Check back next year for contest information.
Poster Pictured Above: Ariel Mahooi Shi
Poster Pictured Above: Britney Martinez
Poster Pictured Above: Allison Hernandez
1st Place– Lukas Choy-Blandford Elementary School-3rd Grade –> Click here to view poster
2nd Place– Brandon De Anda-Jellick Elementary School-1st Grade —> Click here to view poster
3rd Place– Jaden Lau-Blandford Elementary School-2nd Grade —> Click here to view poster
1st Place– Ariel Mahooi Shi-Rowland Elementary School-6th Grade —> Click here to view poster
2nd Place– Britney Martinez-Jellick Elementary School-4th Grade —> Click here to view poster
3rd Place– Allison Hernandez-Jellick Elementary School-6th Grade —> Click here to view poster
1st Place– Ronald Lu-Wilson High School-10th Grade —> Click here to view poster
2nd Place– Kelly Moc-Wilson High School-11th Grade —> Click here to view poster
3rd Place– Danica Jew-Wilson High School-11th Grade—> Click here to view poster