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Rotem Nagar, Easterbrook Discovery School (San Jose)


Karolina Engono Mve, Ida Jew Academy (San Jose)


Jackelyn Murillo, Lathrop Intermediate School (Santa Ana)


Ela Weintraub, Central Middle School  (San Carlos)



Abigail Verrando, Don Juan Avila Middle School (Aliso Viejo)


Jamie Argarin, Notre Dame School (Vacaville)


Anali Benavides, Woodlake Valley Middle School (Woodlake)


Claire Aguilar, Rancho Pico Junior high (Stevenson Ranch)



Rex Levinson, Lyman Gilmore Middle School (Grass Valley)


Camden Lien, Fred Newhart Middle School (Mission Viejo)


Mehar Bhatia, Carolyn Clark Elementary School (San Jose)


Sanjana Viswa, Peterson Middle School (Santa Clara)


Thank you all for your submissions.

Your Mission

Design a poster to encourage your peers to “Go Safely” by using safe practices when walking or biking.

Unleash Your Creativity

Download the poster template, then use your imagination to bring it to life! Add color, paint, characters, cars, etc. The options are endless! Just remember, safety first!

How to Enter

  1. Download poster template and print.

  2. Design your poster and be creative.

  3. Take a picture of your poster or scan a JPEG.

  4. Download and fill out the Parent Waiver form.

  5. Submit your poster image below and send your parent waiver form to

Download and print Poster Template:

Blank Template and Creative Examples:

Poster Template blank
Poster example 1
Poster 2
BP Poster example 3

Download and print Parent Waiver Form:

Prizes awarded individually for 6th, 7th and 8th grades
Deluxe Art Set
Art Set

Once you’ve finished coloring and designing your poster and are ready to enter, take a picture of your poster or scan and submit it on the entry form below.

Have a parent or guardian print and fill out the Parent Waiver form and sign it. Submit the completed form by emailing a scanned version to Go Safely PSA Contest at

Winners will be chosen based on criteria provided in the Contest Rules & Info and announced on A panel of judges will award First Place, Second Place, Third Place and Honorable Mention prizes.

Contest extended to: 5pm on Monday, 12/2/2019. Winners will be announced by 5pm on Monday, 12/9/2019.

Only one entry per student will be allowed.
NO TEAM ENTRIES. More than one student may NOT submit a single entry.

Remember the Go Safely poster contest is open to California students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades only.

Your submission has to be approved before it will appear on our site. Once content has been approved, you will receive a confirmation submission email.

For any questions related to the contest, please email:

It’s a alien girl that is crossing the street but she is taking to long to cross the street because she is distracted by taking selfies, and the car is beeping at her to move.

Name: Lathrop, Santa Ana
Grade Level: 6th-Grade

A girl imagines what it would be like if she took one wrong step in the complicated pedestrian world of today. People should not get drunk or talk and text when behind the wheel. There are no second chances when

Name: Suzanne Middle School, Walnut
Grade Level: -7th-Grade

My poster has some colorful buildings in a little city.As you can see I colored a helmet shop,police station,fire fighter station and I added a wonderful red school.In my poster it shows a wonderful young police women raising up a

Name: Lathrop Santa Ana
Grade Level: 6th-Grade

Felix the cat (my character) is here to show you how to cross the road safely. Remember, safety first kids

Name: Ida jew academy, San Jose
Grade Level: -8th-Grade

This poster shows a girl riding a bike not looking at both sides of the road.

Name: Santa Clara
Grade Level: 6th-Grade

In my poster, I drew different people and animals crossing a street safely. I also wrote “Be Safe” in 3D lettering at the bottom to remind people to be safe. Additionally, I used color to make it look better and

Name: Easterbrook Discovery School, San Jose
Grade Level: -8th-Grade

I came up with my bye using my favorite colors and based on the things that i wanted to use.

Name: Valadez middle school academy Anahiem
Grade Level: -8th-Grade

Stay Alert, so you don’t get hurt! Make sure you make eye contact with drivers, walk in the crosswalk, don’t ride your bike but walk it across the street. Being alert will keep you from getting hurt.

Name: Visions in Education, Carmichael
Grade Level: -7th-Grade

my poster is about walking safe and to look both ways while walking or crossing the street and to not use your phone while crossing the street or anything else.

Name: Lathrop Intermidate School, Santa Ana
Grade Level: -7th-Grade

A cute kitty watching a girl crossing the street, distracted while looking at her phone.

Name: New West Charter - Los Angeles
Grade Level: -7th-Grade

My poster is about walking safely. The reason I added “In Style” was because I included a crossing guard that helps keep you safe, but with a little more protection because there is not just you walking and looking out,

Name: Lathrop Intermediate, Santa Ana
Grade Level: -8th-Grade

Safety on the Road

Name: Inspire Charter School, Escondido
Grade Level: -7th-Grade

Whats happening is that a squirrel is smart by looking at the walk signal. When she crosses the street she is going to drop a coin at the water fountain. While she is doing that she says hi at the

Name: Santa Ana
Grade Level: 6th-Grade

Eyes on the Road

Name: Hillside Middle School, Simi Valley, CA
Grade Level: -8th-Grade

Don’t make a scene…be seen!

Name: Notre Dame School, Vacaville
Grade Level: -8th-Grade

When we walk on sidewalks and need to cross the street we need to pay attention to what is around us instead of looking down at our phones! We could avoid accidents if we would just “unplug” and take a

Name: Ramona Middle School, La Verne
Grade Level: 6th-Grade

We should all be aware of our surroundings especially when we are in public places. When crossing the road, we should take out our earphones so we can hear what is going on around us. If a car was turning

Name: Ramona Middle School, La Verne
Grade Level: -7th-Grade

Cross the street after looking both ways first!

Name: Joe Walker Middle School lancaster
Grade Level: 6th-Grade

My poster depicts two women in a car and a boy preparing to cross the road. The boy is making eye contact with the driver to make sure it is safe to cross.

Name: Mesa Verde Middle School, San Diego
Grade Level: -8th-Grade

Safety is the number one important thing in our lives. Being safe can also be fun. I used the elements through out my whole art work . I showed how fun it can be to be safe where ever you

Name: Lathrop Intermediate school,Santa ana
Grade Level: -8th-Grade
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