“What does inclusion mean to me?”
To bring greater awareness of the importance
of inclusion in today’s society, we encourage
you to participate in the Inclusive Schools Art
Contest. We will be accepting entries that
illustrate or describe ideas related to this year’s
theme and accompanying definitions of
inclusion of persons with disabilities. Trophies
and special recognition from Governor Bobby Jindal
will be presented to the winners. Contestants
are encouraged to use art as a means to share their vision,
experiences, and talents to demonstrate “what inclusion means to me.”
2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Contest Winners &
Best in Show- Cryslyn Hope Bacon K-5thDivision within the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs 2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Competition
Cryslyn Hope Bacon- First Place
Bailey Seth LeBlanc- Second Place
Kendrell Carr- Third Place
6th-8th Division within the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs 2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Competition
Morgan McInnis- First Place
Zach West- Second Place
Kayla Edwards- Third Place
9th-12th Division within Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs the 2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Competition
Howard- First Place
Justin Ware- Second Place
Shantay Johnson- Third Place
K-5th Division within the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs 2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Competition
Courtney Pitre 6th-8th Division within the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs 2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Competition
Carlonna Buttler 9th-12th Division within the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs 2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Competition
Josephy Newton II
Rachel Huckaby Participants in the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs 2011 Inclusive Schools Art Show Competition
Joseph Charlot IV
Selena Marie Barrera
David Reese Jr.
Nandini Mohini Das
Charles Hillard Jr.
Ja Carlin Knowles
We would like to thank the following schools for their participation in the 2011 Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs Inclusive Schools Art Contest:Caddo Middle Magnet
Homer High School
Homer Jr. High School
Homer Elementary School
West St. John High School
Bonnabel Magnet Academy High School
Berg Jones Elementary School
Lake Pontchatrain Elementary
St. John Elementary School
Leonville Elementary School
Grolee Elementary School
John Clancy School for the Arts
Mandeville Elementary School
Mimosa Park Elementary School
Joseph A Craig Elementary School
Hurst Middle School
Woodlawn Middle School
Wossman High School
Ruston High School
Palmetto Elementary School
• All artwork entries must be framed or ready to hang.
• Submissions must be exactly 16x20. Any entries smaller or larger than 16x20 will be ineligible.
• Any suitable materials or a computer generated design may be utilized.
• Package artwork entries so that they are easy to carry, transport, and display.
• Place adequate postage on your mailing package. The Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs will NOT pay for postage due on parcels.
|• Open to all public, private, charter, parochial, and home school students in grades Pre-K through 12.|
• No group artwork will be accepted. One entry per student.
• All entries must be received by December 28, 2011.
• Winning art work may be used as prize material, distributed, and not returned.
• Artwork not selected as winners may be picked up. Those not picked up by March 28, 2011 will remain the property of the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs.
• By submitting your entry, you give the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs permission to use your art in support of the contest theme.
• Registration form must be typed or printed legibly in ink, signed, and attached to the back of the entry. DO NOT STAPLE to artwork.