Student Design Contest: Logo & Catchphrase

  • Overview:

    Students in grades K-12 in WSSD are invited to participate in a contest to create a logo and/or catchphrase to help promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in our schools and community. The DEI Action Committee is excited to have student representatives on the committee and is looking for more ways to involve student voices. We would love to hear from our talented artists, writers, designers, and visionaries. 

    The winning creations will be used District-wide to help promote the values, mission, and goals of the DEI committee and WSSD. They will be featured on the District website and in other ways, and the winners in each category will also receive a prize.

    • Logo - a design, drawing, or image that can inspire our community and will be recognizable as a symbol of DEI in our District and community.
    • Catchphase - a tagline, sentence, or phrase that can complement the logo 

    Details:

    Please submit your logo and/or tagline by Friday, April 9th in one of three ways:

    • Email to pr@wssd.org.
    • Submit via http://bit.ly/WSSDDEIContest. (Please make sure you are logged into your WSSD gmail account in order to view it.)
    • Give to your teacher or drop off at the front desk of your school. There is a also a drop-off box in the lobby of the elementary schools.

    Some Guiding Thoughts:

    • What does diversity, equity, and inclusion mean to you or make you think of?
    • What can we do better to make our schools more diverse, equitable, and inclusive?
    • What kind of words or images inspire you to bring about togetherness and to take action?  
    • What is the power of symbols and words?

    We can't wait to hear from you and hear your voice and vision!