Announcing Keystone's Participation in the Doodle 4 Google Contest!
Do you ever wonder who creates Google’s different logos that pop up on special days?
Now is your chance to do just that! We are participating in the Doodle 4 Google contest once again this year. We had great participation across the board last year, so we wanted to extend this opportunity to all of our students once again.
As before, students from K-12 schools around the country will be participating, and Google will be awarding prizes to the top entries, including trips to Google's New York office for an event this spring, design tablets, educational grants and even a $25,000 scholarship to the National Winner.
The theme of this year's Doodle 4 Google contest is "What I'd Like To Do Someday...", so put on your creative thinking hats!
To review our recent meeting about Keystone's participation in this contest, click here. This session includes all of the information you need to know to participate.
Please visit http://www.google.com/doodle4google/info.html today to learn more about:
- Design Guidelines
- Contest Rules
- Parent Responsibilities
- Entry and Consent Forms
- Doodle Templates (Students will need to base their Doodle on a template)
All entries are due on March 4th, so if you are interested in flexing your creative muscles, get started today!
If you have any questions, let me know in the comments section below or contact me at bbarnes [at] keystonehighschool [dot] com.
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