- As many of you know, Doodle 4 Google is an annual art contest that invites K-12 students to re-design the Google logo. If you are a teacher or an educator, you can register your students or class to participate in the contest by March 2, 2011 at www.google.com/doodle4google.
This year, parents can also register their children directly for the contest.
This year’s student winner will have his or her doodle featured on the Google.com homepage for a day, receive a $15,000 college scholarship
and his or her school will get a $25,000 technology grant for a new computer lab. Google will also visit the Forty (40) regional finalists at their their schools and provide an all-expense-paid trip to our New York City office.
No Limit on How Many Doodles a School Can Send In: This year, there’s no limit on how many doodles each school can submit, so we hope you’ll get the word out. But remember, we can only accept just one doodle per student.
We’ve even put together a Doodle Party Kit featuring easy-to-print- templates, flyers to spread the word, and certificates to reward the most creative doodles in the classroom. Check out the Info for
Participants tab on the contest web site at www.google.com/doodle4google.
So get your students doodling and also get the word out on the contest to as many schools as you know. Entries are due on March 16th but you have to pre-register online by March 2nd.
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