Keep Denver Beautiful sponsors an annual Poster and Essay contest which is open to students in Denver, grades 3-8. This is a great way for students to express how they can keep Denver clean and beautiful. The contest is open for entries from January- March.
Denver Students in grades 3-8 were asked to write an essay or design a poster about litter in accordance with the theme, "Put Litter In Its Place". Students were asked what they can to prevent litter at their school and in their community?
Teachers: Would you like more information on how your school can participate? Contact Keep Denver Beautiful by calling 3-1-1
Click on 2015 winning poster images below to view larger version
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2014 POSTER & ESSAY CONTEST THEME:
“NO GRAFFTI VANDALISM IN MY COMMUNITY ”
2014 Winner - This poster designed by Nina Weprin of Lowry Elementary School
2013 Winner - This poster designed by Angelo Trujillo of Dora Moore School
2012 Winner - This poster designed by Mia Brierly of Polaris at Ebert School
2011 Winner - This poster designed by Alanna Evans of Morey Middle School
2010 Winner - This poster designed by Timothy Smith of Smiley Middle School.