Gallaudet National Essay, Art, and ASL Contest
Flood of Submissions Arrives
Submissions for the 2009 Gallaudet National Essay, Art, and ASL Contest for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students poured in from students nationwide before the February 2 contest entry deadline.
Gallaudet University and the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center invited deaf and hard of hearing students 9-19 years old to participate in the annual Gallaudet National Essay, Art, and ASL Contest. The theme of the contest is “Going Green: What I’m Doing to Help Save the Environment.” Students wrote, drew, or signed about what they are doing, or can do,to help save the environment.
Entries will be judged and winners will be announced later this spring. To see winners for the 2008 contest, please read Celebrate! magazine (PDF).
It is too late to enter the 2009 contest, but keep an eye on this website. The theme of the 2010 contest will be announced later this spring. For more information, e-mail contest coordinator Timothy Worthylake. Please visit the contest website to learn more about the rules and prizes.