Don’t just read stories, write them too! Poster & Story contest for students throughout Oregon, and in Clark County, Washington. See the link at the bottom for last year’s winners.
Each year students throughout Oregon and Clark County Washington are invited to create a poster or write a short story portraying part of the Oregon Humane Society’s mission.
70th Annual Be Kind to Animals Poster & Story Contest
Contest is open to all residents of Oregon and Clark County, Washington, entering grades 1st-12th in the fall of 2018.
Step 1: Review the theme for your grade level and entry instructions 2018 OHS Poster and Story Contest Instructions
Step 2: Create your poster and/or write your story based on your grade level theme
Step 3: Print and complete 2018 Poster and Story Entry Slip and glue or tape to the back of your entry (no paperclips, please). Note to Teachers, please include a class list along with your posters and/or stories.
Step 4: Mail or drop off to:
Oregon Humane Society
Attn: Poster and Story Contest
1067 NE Columbia Blvd
Portland, Oregon 97211
For 9th-12th Grade Digital Art Entries: Click here to upload your digital art. Please be sure to read the poster theme prompt for Grades 9-12 before entering your digital art poster.
Contest begins September 1, 2018! Deadline to post mark or drop off posters and/or stories is December 14, 2018. All winners will be notified by January 11, 2019 and will be invited to the A’Cat’Emy Awards. The A’Cat’Emy Awards will be held on Sunday, January 27, 2018 at the Oregon Humane Society.
Poster & Story Contest Prizes
- Grand Prize: Laptop
- Runner Up: $150 Gift Card
- First Place: $100 Gift Card
- Second Place: $75 Gift Card
- Third Place: $50 Gift Card
- Honorable Mention: $25 Gift Card
All winners also receive a special award certificate, ribbon of honor and an invitation to the A’Cat’Emy Awards celebration.
Enter your students’ posters and/or stories by November 1st to receive a $25 Amazon gift card as a thank you for including the Oregon Humane Society in your classroom curriculum.
For More Information
Contact the OHS Education Office at (503) 416-5034 to learn more.
See all 2018 winning posters and read the top stories here »