KEA Annual Contest ‘Difference Makers’

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Any Kentucky public school student in preschool through 12th grade can enter the Kentucky Education Association (KEA) annual art contest.

This year’s theme is #DifferenceMakers. Students are asked to create a portrait of a public school employee who has made a difference in the student’s life.

There is a limit of one entry per student. One student in each grade will win $50, and their teacher also will receive $50. The subject of the portrait will get the original framed artwork.

The rules and entry form for the KEA #DifferenceMakers Student Art Contest are online.

All entries must be accompanied by an entry form. They must arrive at KEA offices by 5 p.m. ET on Feb. 19.

Each submission should be in an envelope with “#DifferenceMakers Entry” on it. Mail submissions to: KEA, 401 Capital Ave., Frankfort, KY 40601.

Learn more: KEA student art contest to honor education ‘Difference Makers’ –  Kentucky Teacher