Natomas Unified School District (NUSD) is conducting an essay and poster contest to celebrate Black History Month in February. This competition is available for students of NUSD studying from Kindergarten to 12th grade. The contest offers an essay contest for students for grades 6th to 12th and a poster contest for kindergarten to 5th grades. The contest is being conducted to celebrate and honor the diversity of Natomas and the tremendous contributions of Black and African Americans to the community. The contest provides an opportunity for students to use their creativity, skills, and talent use it on paper and also gives a chance to know about Black and African Americans history.
The judging will be based on the student’s content and artwork; winners will be chosen from each category divided as grades K-5 and 6-12 also, middle school students will be judged among middle school and high school students from high school. Students who make their best to stand in the competition will be selected as winners, and they will receive prizes a pizza of their choice for their entire family to enjoy, which will excite the students. Also, their winning work will be featured in NUSD Publicity. The students will get a chance to earn the gift prizes and as well as to increase their knowledge about Black History.
The Natomas Unified School District (NUSD) was built in 1997 and is located in northwestern Sacramento, California. Their mission is to empower parents through learning opportunities and resources to become advocates for their children to be successful in school and also to gain leadership skills and educational tools to help their children succeed.
Check out the table below to get a quick idea about this contest:
|Organization||Natomas Unified School District (NUSD)|
|Education Level||Kindergarten to 12th|
|Number of Awards||NA|
|Contest Deadline||February 11, 2022|
Who is Eligible?
- Participant must be a student of Natomas Unified School District
- Grades K-12th
How to Apply?
Students who want to take part in this contest should get their work ready according to their grade category, as students of grades K-5 should make a poster that demonstrates that Black history is American History and students of grades 6th to 12th should write a one-page essay that explains the same. All the entries must be submitted to:
Please check out the rules and instructions stated below:
Essay Contest (grades K-5):
- Write a one-page essay that explains how Black History is American History
- All work must be typed and double-spaced so that it can be easily read
- State the person being highlighted in the first sentence of paragraph 1
- Students must include first and last name, grade, and school of attendance
- All work must be written by the person submitting the entry
- Middle school students will be judged among middle school and a high school among high school
Photo Contest (grades 6-12):
- Create an original hand-drawn poster that demonstrates Black History is American History
- Be creative and colorful
- There is no size requirement. Students should utilize what they have at home
- Have fun!
- Submissions must be the original artwork of the student submitting the entry
- And take the photo of the completed poster
Regarding any questions or queries or more information, students can contact on:
Students entering this contest will be selected for prizes based on their essay’s content and the poster’s artwork. The best will be considered for prizes; from each grade category, winners will get selected, and middle school students will be judged among middle school and a high school among high school. Winners will receive prizes which will excite them cause there’s no child who doesn’t love pizza. Yes! Heard right. The winners will receive prizes and a pizza of their choice for their family to enjoy. Additionally, the winning works will be featured in NUSD Publicity. This will motivate and encourage students to take part in this contest. Eventually, the students will learn and know about Black history as American History and their contributions to the community.
All the fascinated students who are excited for this contest which provides exciting prizes should send their entries before the deadline of February 11, 2022. Late entries will not be considered for this contest and will lose the opportunity to win prizes.