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For over 25 years, Bryan Texas Utilities has partnered with elementary school students in our service territory to create a fun and educational calendar for the community. Normally this is done through art instructors at individual schools, but with the coronavirus pandemic ongoing and schools closed, we have come up with an alternate way for kids to submit their artwork.
BTU will be accepting submissions for the 2021 year calendar in two formats, online and by mail, and we need your help!
This year’s topic is “How is Electricity Important?”
The designs should focus on the ways we use electricity in our lives.
We need young students to use their creative talents to design some excellent artwork. Artwork must be drawn on 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper. The contest is limited to Kindergarten through Fourth Grade students living in AND attending school or home schooled in the BTU service area.
Parents or guardians of the students can either submit the artwork using our online form, or they may download a copy of the submission form and mail it in with the artwork attached. Forms are available in English and en Español.
All mailed submissions must be postmarked by Monday, May 11, 2020. Deadline for online submissions is also May 11, 2020.
If you have any questions, please contact Meagan Brown at email@example.com.