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Clean and Green Poster Contest

Logo for recyclingChesapeake Poster Contest: Clean and Green-Updated

The Clean and Green Poster Contest deadline has been extended to June 1. Parents and teachers may drop completed posters through the Parks, Recreation and Tourism mail slot or scan/photograph and email them to . They have waived the registration requirement and are encouraging any and all K-12 Chesapeake students to participate.
Details on the contest are found here:  Clean and Green Poster Contest
Mrs. Eschbach has already delivered the posters that had been previously turned into school for the contest.

What? A poster contest where you can create a poster to illustrate the theme “Chesapeake Clean and Green.” Entries should encourage the viewer to start thinking and stop littering. Posters are judged based on originality, message impact, and visual appeal.

Who? The contest is open to all students who are residents of Chesapeake and enrolled in grades K-12 (home schooled, public or private). Teachers are encouraged to register their students as a class!

Why? Designing a poster can help you inform your community about how to keep Chesapeake Clean and Green! In addition to creating a poster to educate, you can also win a great prize!

Cash Prizes awarded in EACH grade category: K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-8, 9-12

1st Place: $100 2nd Place: $50  3rd Place: $25

Clean and Green Poster Contest Flyer and Rules 2020 Clean and Green Poster Contest Flyer and Rules 2020

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When Should My Child Stay Home?

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As cold and flu season is upon us, we’d like to help you answer the all-important question: When Should My Child Stay Home?

Students must be fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication before returning to school. (Fever of 100.4 or higher. )

• Students must be free from vomiting for at least 2 solid meals.

• Students must be free from diarrhea for 24 hours.

• Eye Infection? Students may return to school 24 hours after antibiotic treatment.

Thank you for helping to keep our Hawks healthy!