Entry Book

Dept. 21 School Projects

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DEPT. 21
SCHOOL EXHIBITS
 

SUPERINTENDENT: Pam Oberholtzer, Chairman, (330) 242-4056; Linda Keiper, Assistant; Margaret Dreher
ENTRIES CLOSE: JULY 20 AT 4 P.M.  MAIL ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JULY 14.

PROCEDURE FOR ENTERING PROJECTS: Each project must be brought in to the office at the time of entry.  After July 20 the office staff will give all projects to the department superintendents. Tags will be attached.  Projects will be displayed in Bldg. #22

PREMIUMS: 1st-$5; 2nd-$4; 3rd-$3
RULES: 
1. All materials must be work done by students attending school during the 2017-2018 school year.  May be made in Bible school also.
2. Writing (May be Typed): Stories, or poems-must be an individual story or a collection of 3 or more poems.  Must be original and legible. Judging will be based on content and originality.
3. Handwriting: must be an original work that shows penmanship skills
4. Pre-registration is necessary.  Exhibitors must purchase a membership, season or mini ticket. For children 11 and under, the purchase of an exhibitor’s ticket is not necessary if the child’s parent grandparent or legal guardian has purchased a membership, season or mini ticket for entering exhibits. 
5. Projects must be brought in at time of registration (July 20 deadline).  All entries for this department need to be made on a separate entry form for each exhibitor. Limit one entry per class. 
 
SECTION A - PRE-K
CLASSES:
1. Handwriting Sample (must be a minimum of two sentences) 
 
SECTION B –KINDERGARTEN CLASSES:
1. Writing- Short story (may be fiction of non-fiction)
2. Writing-Collection of three or more poems 
 
SECTION C—FIRST AND SECOND GRADE CLASSES:
1.   Writing-Short Story (may be fiction or non-fiction)
2.   Writing-Collection of three or more poems.  Poems must be illustrated using any media (judging will be based on poetry, as well as illustrations). 
 
SECTION D—THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES CLASSES:
1. Writing-Short story (may be fiction or non-fiction)
2. Writing-Collection of five or more poems. Poems must be illustrated using any media (judging to be based on poetry as well as illustrations). 
 
SECTION E—FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES CLASSES:
1. Writing-Short story (may be fiction or non-fiction)
2. Writing-Collection of five or more poems. Poems must be illustrated using any media (judging to be based on poetry as well as illustrations)
3. Science Poster-photos of an actual science project mounted on 22x28 inch poster 
4. Social Studies-photos of an actual social studies project mounted on 22x28 inch poster
5. Miscellaneous.  Project that does not fit in any other category.

BEST OF SHOW—Rosette and $10.00/certificate sponsored by Parker Hannifin, Medina, OH 
 
SECTION F—SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES CLASSES:
1. Writing-Short story (may be fiction or non-fiction)
2. Writing-Collection of five or more poems. Poems must be illustrated using any media (judging to be based on poetry as well as illustrations)
3. Science Poster-photos of an actual science project mounted on 22x28 inch poster
4. Social Studies-photos of an actual social studies project mounted on 22x28 inch poster
5. Miscellaneous.  Project that does not fit in any other category.

BEST OF SHOW—Rosette and $10.00/certificate sponsored by Parker Hannifin, Medina, OH 
 
SECTION G—NINTH THROUGH TWELFTH GRADES CLASSES:
1. Writing-Short story (may be fiction or non-fiction)
2. Writing-Collection of five or more poems. Poems must be illustrated using any media (judging to be based on poetry as well as illustrations)
3. Science Poster-photos of an actual science project mounted on 22x28 inch poster
4. Social Studies-photos of an actual social studies project mounted on 22x28 inch poster
5. Miscellaneous.  Project that does not fit in any other category.

BEST OF SHOW—Rosette and $10.00/certificate sponsored by Parker Hannifin, Medina, OH