Allin: Working together to make Leon County safer.
Deadline for submitting entries: Thursday, February 28, 2019
Online Voting Period: March 4, 2019 – March 21, 2019
Winner and top finishers will be notified: Monday, March 25, 2019
Poster Contest Rules
- The contest is open to all Leon County School students currently enrolled in grades K-12.
- There will be three (3) entry categories: Elementary, Middle, High School
- Students must include the Leon County Sheriff’s Office affirmation “ALLin” on their posters.
- The entry must be a two-dimensional hand drawing or painting on 24x36 posterboard.
- Artwork can be done using paints, markers, pen and ink.
- Only ONE entry per student is allowed, any double entries will be disqualified.
- The entry should communicate a message of unity among Leon County citizens (ALLin).
- NO COPYRIGHTED IMAGES MAY BE USED. e.g., Disney, TV ads, cartoon characters, etc. Reproduction of these is a violation of copyright laws and will disqualify the poster.
- OFFENSIVE IMAGES/THEMES will be disqualified.
The back of the poster must contain, in print, a legible copy of the:
- Student’s name
- Student’s grade level
- Student’s age
- School name
- Teacher’s name
- Principal’s name
For more information please contact:
Leon County Sheriff's Office
Office (850) 606-3272
Cell (850) 510-0771
- The poster of the top winner in each category (Elementary, Middle, High School) will walk with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office and their poster in the Springtime Tallahassee Parade on Saturday, March 30, 2019.
- The top 20 posters will be displayed at the Leon County Courthouse.
- Winning posters will also be featured on LCSO social media pages.
How entries will be judged:
All posters will be made into a digital image and posted on the Leon County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page for the community to vote on. The poster that receives the most “likes” in each category (Elementary, Middle, High School) will be the winners.
All posters become the property of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office and will not be returned. By participating, the entrant agrees to abide by and be bound by the poster contest rules. Thank you for your participation!
Entrants acknowledge that the Leon County Sheriff’s Office has the right to publicize their poster and name/school acknowledging that they are finalist(s) and/or winner(s). Said publication will be done for promotional purposes without financial remuneration.
This contest is subject to all applicable laws and regulations. Students may not violate federal, state or municipal laws during the production of their entry.
All poster entries will be picked up through arrangements made by the Leon County School Board by the deadline of Thursday, February 28, 2019.