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ECSD Canada 150 Poster Contest 

 

Thank you to everyone you submitted artwork for the contest.  We were very impressed with all the submissions. 


WINNERS


Pre-K to Grade 3

1st Place- Angelo G. Monsignor Fee Otterson 

PREKto3winner Angelo Gutierrez Mon Fee Otterson Grade 3.jpg 

2nd Place - Kriszelle R. Helen D. Angelique C. Winta T.  St. Catherine 

PREKto3runnerup Kriszelle R Helen D Angelique C Winta T St. Catherine Grade 3.jpg

Grade 4 - Grade 6

1st Place - Hana E. Our Lady of the Prairies 

4to6winner Hana Krisha Esguerra Our Lady of the Prairies.jpg

2nd Place - Joanna G. Archbishop Joseph MacNeil 

7-9runnerupAJMJoanna.jpg

3rd Place - Carlee M. Frere Antoine 

4to6honourablemention frere antoine carlee marple.jpg

Grade 7- Grade 9 

1st Place - Neelsen B. Louis St. Laurent 

7to9winner neelsen bugayong grade 7 louis st laurent.jpg

2nd Place - Chammy Sister Annata Brockman 

7to9runnerup chammy grade 7 sister annata brockman.jpg


Grade 10 - Grade 12 

1st Place - Jay Simon N.  Archbishop O'Leary 

10to12winnerolearyjayn.jpg



ECS-Charater-Purp (002).jpg

Celebrate Red & White Day - May 30, 2017

 

Students in 100 Voices to Grade 12 are invited to design a poster for Red & White Day on May 30, 2017. Red & White Day falls on the 150 day of the year. Students are encouraged to design a poster and incorporate one of the four Government of Canada themes for the vision of the 150th anniversary of Confederation. 

The main themes are:

  • Diversity and inclusion – To continue building a welcoming Canada where there is a place for everyone, a Canada where everyone can reach his or her full potential.
  • Reconciliation from with Indigenous peoples –To support the vital work of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples as outlined in the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Reconciliation is a journey for all Canadians as we move forward into Canada%27s next 150 years.
  • Youth – To continue to engage young people and give them the means to contribute to our society, because they are the ones who will shape tomorrow's Canada.
  • Environment – To be the custodians of our environment, because it is a source of our country's wealth and pride. We want to bring Canadians closer to nature in order to strengthen their environmental awareness.
Poster Requirements 
  • Can be drawn or computer designed
  • Size: 11 inch by 17 inch
  • Wording must include but not limited to:

Edmonton Catholic Schools
Celebrate Canada 150
Red & White Day
May 30, 2017 
#ECSDawesome #yegCanada150 

Submission Process
  • Completed posters will be turned in to the school 
  • Schools will then select which posters they'd like to submit to the contest and will send those entries to the ECSD Canada 150 Committee by April 28th  
  • Two submissions max per division per school
  • Division categories: Pre-K-Grade 3/Grade 4-6/ Grade 7-9/ Grade 10-12   
  • Entries can be submitted via IMC to Dana Prefontaine at Catholic Education Services or submitted electronically by emailing dana.prefontaine@ecsd.net
  • The winning submissions will be posted to the District website
Winners/Prizes
  • There will be a four grand prize winners and four runner ups 
  • The four grand prize winners will each receive a Roots Canada Sweater and a Colour Me Canada Commemorative Colouring Book.  The four runner up winners will each receive a Colour Me Canada Commemorative Colouring Book
  • The winning poster designs will be reproduced and printed to promote Red & White Day on May 30th in our schools
  • Winners will be announced on May 5th  





ECSD Poster Contest

ECSD Canada 150 Poster Contest 

 

Thank you to everyone you submitted artwork for the contest.  We were very impressed with all the submissions. 


WINNERS


Pre-K to Grade 3

1st Place- Angelo G. Monsignor Fee Otterson 

PREKto3winner Angelo Gutierrez Mon Fee Otterson Grade 3.jpg 

2nd Place - Kriszelle R. Helen D. Angelique C. Winta T.  St. Catherine 

PREKto3runnerup Kriszelle R Helen D Angelique C Winta T St. Catherine Grade 3.jpg

Grade 4 - Grade 6

1st Place - Hana E. Our Lady of the Prairies 

4to6winner Hana Krisha Esguerra Our Lady of the Prairies.jpg

2nd Place - Joanna G. Archbishop Joseph MacNeil 

7-9runnerupAJMJoanna.jpg

3rd Place - Carlee M. Frere Antoine 

4to6honourablemention frere antoine carlee marple.jpg

Grade 7- Grade 9 

1st Place - Neelsen B. Louis St. Laurent 

7to9winner neelsen bugayong grade 7 louis st laurent.jpg

2nd Place - Chammy Sister Annata Brockman 

7to9runnerup chammy grade 7 sister annata brockman.jpg


Grade 10 - Grade 12 

1st Place - Jay Simon N.  Archbishop O'Leary 

10to12winnerolearyjayn.jpg



ECS-Charater-Purp (002).jpg

Celebrate Red & White Day - May 30, 2017

 

Students in 100 Voices to Grade 12 are invited to design a poster for Red & White Day on May 30, 2017. Red & White Day falls on the 150 day of the year. Students are encouraged to design a poster and incorporate one of the four Government of Canada themes for the vision of the 150th anniversary of Confederation. 

The main themes are:

  • Diversity and inclusion – To continue building a welcoming Canada where there is a place for everyone, a Canada where everyone can reach his or her full potential.
  • Reconciliation from with Indigenous peoples –To support the vital work of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples as outlined in the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Reconciliation is a journey for all Canadians as we move forward into Canada%27s next 150 years.
  • Youth – To continue to engage young people and give them the means to contribute to our society, because they are the ones who will shape tomorrow's Canada.
  • Environment – To be the custodians of our environment, because it is a source of our country's wealth and pride. We want to bring Canadians closer to nature in order to strengthen their environmental awareness.
Poster Requirements 
  • Can be drawn or computer designed
  • Size: 11 inch by 17 inch
  • Wording must include but not limited to:

Edmonton Catholic Schools
Celebrate Canada 150
Red & White Day
May 30, 2017 
#ECSDawesome #yegCanada150 

Submission Process
  • Completed posters will be turned in to the school 
  • Schools will then select which posters they'd like to submit to the contest and will send those entries to the ECSD Canada 150 Committee by April 28th  
  • Two submissions max per division per school
  • Division categories: Pre-K-Grade 3/Grade 4-6/ Grade 7-9/ Grade 10-12   
  • Entries can be submitted via IMC to Dana Prefontaine at Catholic Education Services or submitted electronically by emailing dana.prefontaine@ecsd.net
  • The winning submissions will be posted to the District website
Winners/Prizes
  • There will be a four grand prize winners and four runner ups 
  • The four grand prize winners will each receive a Roots Canada Sweater and a Colour Me Canada Commemorative Colouring Book.  The four runner up winners will each receive a Colour Me Canada Commemorative Colouring Book
  • The winning poster designs will be reproduced and printed to promote Red & White Day on May 30th in our schools
  • Winners will be announced on May 5th