DCPS is really cracking down about bully prevention and has reached out to art teachers across the district to find students to help come up with the future branding of their anti-bullying campaign.
Students are invited to come up with a poster, logo, slogan, jingle, illustration, whatever,that reflects bullying prevention strategies in schools and the community. For example, when designing their submission,students should ask themselves, “What can Maury do to make all students feel safe and welcome? or “What can students do to prevent bullying?”
Ms. Bomba will be collecting submissions on a rolling basis but the deadline is 5:00 PM on February 21, 2014. There is no size limit or restriction on materials used. Maury artists are some of the most interesting and creative I know so the possibilities are endless.
Submissions will be scored on expression of theme, composition, and originality. Winners will have their artwork and slogan featured on DCPS bullying prevention materials throughout the District foran indefinite period oftime. This includes posters, promotional swag and social media. The school with the first place winner will receive $200 to put towards art supplies in their building.