Over the summer, AUSD held a COVID-19 poster contest to promote COVID-19 safety rules in school. The contest was open to all middle and high school students.
The requirements for submissions were as follows:
- Focus on one or all of these themes: hand washing, social distancing, masks, and/or mental health issues during the pandemic
- Must have a positive visual and verbal message and illustrate COVID-19 Safety Rules
- Must include on each poster: Sponsor: U.S. 2020 Census
- All work must be original. Can be a sketch, painting, graphic art, ec.
Posters were judged in 2 categories: Most Creative and Visual Effectiveness. The judges were Albany High Student Board Members Audrey Mallah and Leo Corzo-Clark, and Alexia Ritchie, Executive Director of Student Services.
The following were selected as the winning entries:
First place: Yu-Ching (Mimi) Chuang (AHS grade 12)
Second placer: Daniella Son (AHS grade 12)
Third place: Chao Wu (AHS grade 12)
*The winning posters will be displayed on school site campuses for the 2020-2021 school year. Congratulations!
Thank you to all participants who submitted an entry.
Special thanks to ACOE and the 2020 Census Campaign for sponsoring this event.