5th Grade Water and Soil Conservation District Poster Contest
2022-2023 Conservation Poster Contest-"Water: The Cycle of Life"
All 5th graders will be participating in the annual Conservation Poster Contest. We will be using Google Classroom to provide information and to share links for research. Students can access this at school AND at home. We will BEGIN building schema and researching in Library Team8 and Imagineering Team8 and they will need to continue and complete research and poster on their own at school and at home. (We will provide poster!) Below is a study guide with a tremendous amount of information AND links for research, all focused on natural water cycle vs. urban water cycle.
Click on the picture below for printable foldables for your poster.
POSTERS ARE DUE BACK TO SCHOOL on OCTOBER 27, 2022.
2019-2020 5th Grade Conservation Poster Contest District Winners
Tyler and Leighton, from Mr. Charland's class, were chosen as part of the Top 10 posters in Wake County. Tyler placed 2nd and Leighton placed 3rd in the contest! We are SO PROUD of their hard work and dedication to combining research and creativity to give a voice to NC Wetlands!
We had 140 5th grade leaders complete the Wake Soil and Water Conservation District Poster Contest this year! We (as well as the judges) were VERY impressed with the quality of the completed projects! The following poster were winners in their classroom:
2018-2019 5th Grade Conservation Poster Contest District Winners
We are very proud of all of the students who completed their "The Living Soil" poster for the 2018-2019 contest. Using the rubric, our judges looked at the posters and chose a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for each class. We sent 15 posters to compete at the District Level. These 3 posters placed in the Top 10 for the District! We are so proud of their hard work!
2016-2017 and 2017-2018 5th Grade Conservation Poster Contest Winners
We were so proud of ALL of our 5th graders that completed their poster for the contest the last two years. Each year we sent 18 posters on to be a part of those judged at the county level. We are proud to say that 6 of our students made it into the top 10 in 2016-2017 and 3 of our students in 2017-2018!!!