Kenny Mann of the 10th Senate District is the new Chair of the Senate Education Committee. He is unfamiliar with homeschoolers. If you're attending HDC please do your best to stop by his office Room 417M, Building 1 and introduce yourself!
If you live in his district which includes Fayette, Summers, Greenbrier and Monroe counties, please try to set up an appointment to meet with him. It may not be possible to meet with him on Thursday, but call and ask for a meeting another day! If you can't make it out to Charleston ask when you can meet with him in your home district.
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Middle School Poster Contest
Only one entry per student
All artwork must be original work done by the student submitting the piece
No group posters
Original artwork must illustrate this year’s theme: A LOVING CommUNITY!
Minimum size is standard poster paper size 8.5” x 11”
Maximum size cannot exceed poster paper size 24” x 36”
The poster can include the theme of the contest in writing but no other writing
Except: students may use 5-10 words at their discretion but posters that rely on writing to
illustrate the theme will be disqualified.
Poster may include the protected classes protected under the state and federal Fair
Poster paper/document must be fully covered in paint (even if there are spaces that you wish to be
white, please paint them white)
Art mediums accepted include crayons, markers, acrylics, water paint, and colored pencils.
Three-dimensional (3D) pieces will not be accepted
All submissions must contain the entry form and waiver attached and include: name, school
name, grade, teacher name (if applicable), contact information including email, phone number,
and address. Please tape the entry form to the back of the poster.
Do not staple or glue anything to the poster
Artwork should be done on a flexible material, so it can be rolled for shipping in mailing tube and
scanned for reprinting
Do not fold poster
What are the prizes?
The top three winners will be chosen by a panel of West Virginia Human Rights Commission employees
and co-sponsor representatives, and they will receive:
• 1st place - $250.00
• 2nd place - $150.00
• 3rd place - $100.00
February 8, 2017, 1:00pm - February 8, 2017, 3:00pm
This event is open to homeschoolers of all ages.
Please bring a snack and drink to share.
The cost is $5 per skater.
If you are a teen just coming to hang out with your friends you still have to pay the $5.
I look forward to seeing you there.
Feel free to invite other homeschoolers.