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)
THE CONTEST HAS ENDED.
Thank you all for your submissions.
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
Download poster template and print.
Design your poster and be creative.
Take a picture of your poster or scan a JPEG.
Download and fill out the Parent Waiver form.
Submit your poster image below and send your parent waiver form to GoSafelyContest@gmail.com.
Download and print Poster Template:
Blank Template and Creative Examples:
Download and print Parent Waiver Form:
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 GoSafelyContest@gmail.com.
Winners will be chosen based on criteria provided in the Contest Rules & Info and announced on GoSafelyCa.org. 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: GoSafelyContest@gmail.com
Look both ways before you move your feet. You see a kid walking to the beach safely and hes looking both ways. I used a lot of colors and shapes to show a colorful world where everyone goes safely.
My poster has a lot of color to it, has a dinosaur in the background, and has restraunt buldings. It has animals to it like a mama duck with her baby duck, an octopus and a bear holding a stop
My picture is don’t talk to strangers . Talking to strangers is really scary to people cause you don’t know what will happen when talking to strangers .There are 3 people and 1 octopus .There two girls are walking out
My poster is an example of what we can do to cross the road safely. In my poster it shows 3 kids crossing the road safely by staying on the cross walk and waiting for the light to say go.
Whether riding a bike, a scooter, or a skateboard, always remember to wear a helmet. It doesn’t matter if you’re biking around the neighborhood, or through the park, or down the street. Just remember: Safety First! Wear a helmet.
I would like to title this piece of art “Look Both Ways”. I created this art by thinking of what it looks like to cross the street in the night. I also used pencil, markers, and colored pencils. Since it
My poster means to never get distracted on the streets because it is very dangerous and not safe. I made this poster because there are lots of kids that get distracted on their phones very fast and can be dangerous.
What I really like about this new project Go Safety is that us kids now know the importance of safety. My art was inspired by just seeing the news talking about how people lost their lives or how people got
I would like to title this piece of art LOOK OUT! I created this art by pencil, marker, and color pencil. Some things I learned while creating my art were peace, time, and calmness. My favorite part about this lesson