Deadline for Submittals: November 5th, 2010
Attention Teachers & Educators!
How does it work?
The Colorado Office of Cyber Security is conducting a Kindergarten through 12th grade Computer Safety Contest in conjunction with the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC).
The goal of the contest is to engage young people in thinking about cyber security through the creation of posters that will encourage their peers to use the Internet safely and securely.
The sponsors of the contest believe that young people know best how their friends and classmates are using the Internet and can craft the messages and the images that will best resonate with their peers and help them stay safe online.
The contest is designed to be fun and educational. Enter the State of Colorado contest to become eligible for the National contest! Winners will be awarded in Colorado in early 2011. Winners will be submitted to the National contest for each grade-band (K-5, 6-8 and 9 -12).
Entries may be used in national, regional and state cyber and computer security awareness campaigns.
We encourage teachers to use this contest as one way to begin addressing cyber security and online safety issues in the classroom. For information and resources about cyber security issues visit the "Protecting our Children on the Internet" page and the MS-ISAC .
Poster submittals should be sent to:
Kids Safe Online Colorado Poster Art Contest
State of Colorado - Office of Cyber Security
601 E. 18th Ave, STE 250
Denver, CO 80203
Deadline for submittals November 5th, 2010