Will you help me promote Children's Mental Health Awareness Day (May 8, 2014)? Please say, "Yes! I'd love to!"
There is a contest titled "What Happiness Means to Me" which is open to all Texas students, elementary through high school.
I would love to display some of your entries in my office if you'd like to loan them to me for display... Please read the information below for all the contest details. Good Luck to all the contestants!
The Mental Health and Substance Abuse Division of the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and the Texas System of Care are hosting the Third Annual Statewide Creativity Contest to promote Children’s Mental Health Week, May 4-10, 2014. There are three categories: Writing, Poster, and Kite Construction. Winners will be recognized in each category on Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, May 8, 2014, and their work will be displayed at the Texas State Capitol in an exhibit promoting Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, as well as appearing on both the DSHS and Texas System of Care sites (www.dshs.state.tx.us/mhsa/greenribbon/ and www.txsystemofcare.org). The top submissions in each category will also be included in a survey distributed to participating schools and communities so that participants may vote on the winning entries. The survey will be available under “Art Contest” by mid-April athttp://www.txsystemofcare.org/ai1ec_event/national-childrens-mental-health-awareness-day/.
Contest Eligibility All Texas Elementary, Middle, and High School students are eligible to participate.
Contest Theme The theme for 2014 is “What Happiness Means to Me.”
Contest Category Rules
How to Enter
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