38th Annual National Missing Children’s Day
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is inviting ALL 5th graders to participate.
The state winner is invited to the Florida’s Missing Children’s Day ceremony on the second Monday of September 2021.
In addition, the state winner will receive a prize at the ceremony.
Attached are the instructions for the contest.
All submissions must be received by February 15, 2021, to qualify.
Annual Crime Stoppers Poster Contest
2020-2021 Information Coming Soon!
Youth & Young Adult Essay Contest
This contest is designed to educate the public on measures to reduce access to tobacco and nicotine, and the harmful effects of tobacco and nicotine.
The contest is year-round and anyone under the age of 21 is eligible to participate. The prize is a $100.00 gift certificate.
For more information visit: Essay Contest
WHO: All 3rd, 4th & 5th grade SJCSD students
WHAT: A celebration of history through student/school projects
WHEN: 2021 Information Coming Soon!
WHERE: Schools may submit the top three student entries from each category through interoffice mail
|Deliver to: Elem. History Contest||Department: Instructional Services|
HOW: All entries will be judged based on criteria described by the District
RECOGNITION: Student projects will be recognized at a SJCSD school board meeting. Prizes awarded in each category.
National History Day Competition
History Fair / Project Judging
2021 Information Coming Soon!
First Coast Technical College, Building C
Project categories include: performance, paper, exhibit, website, and documentary. Category placements (1st, 2nd, 3rd and Honorable Mention) may be presented for each category, when appropriate. Category placements are not automatically awarded. The county fair’s judging panel retains the option of determining if a project meets the requirements for competition at the state level. Special awards are also available—each of these has its own unique criteria.