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eemarts Student Contest Grades 3 -12 Online Submissions Form

Eligibility

The contest is open to all Connecticut students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Teachers who have used and evaluated the eesmarts lesson materials are especially encouraged to have their students participate, though this is not a requirement. Judging, prizes and prompt information can be found on the eesmarts Annual Student Contest page.
 

Entries for all Grades (except Grade 12 except videos)* can be submitted online using the form on this page. Each student or class project must be submitted separately.

Entries Length & Format

All contest entries must include a completed and signed EESMARTS STUDENT CONTEST CONSENT & ENTRY FORM.

 

  • Kindergarten through Grade 2 - Posters must be 8.5" by 11" in size. They may be created in any medium (crayons, watercolors, markers, pastels, etc.). Entries for grades K-2 can be submitted online (preferred) or mailed to: eesmarts contest, c/o CREC, attn: Susan Long/CRG, 111 Charter Oak Ave, Hartford, CT 06106.
  • Grades 3 through 8 - Word limits for written entries in each grade level are specified in the grade level prompt (below).  Entries must be typed and submitted online.
  • Grades 9 through 11- All project plans must be between 4 and 6 pages in length – you can include graphs, diagrams, budget tables and references only if they support your plan. Entries must be typed and submitted online. Submissions must include the 2021 Grades 9-11 Student Contest Project Cover Sheet.
  • Grade 12 - Video formats must be compatible with Windows Media Player™. Entries must be submitted as a Word document or a PDF. Grade 12 videos can be shared via Google Docs to eesmarts@EnergizeCT.com

Deadline

Entries must be submitted no later than April 30, 2021, 11:59 PM.
 


  • 1 Current Entry Information
  • 2 Verification
  • 3 Confirmation
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