HCS students are named as Commonwealth of Virginia 2022 finalists in the Virginia IT Agency and Virginia Department of Educational Annual Kids Safe Online Poster Contest
Congratulations to several Hampton City Schools students who have been named as Commonwealth of Virginia 2022 finalists in the Virginia IT Agency and Virginia Department of Educational Annual Kids Safe Online Poster Contest. The winners are as follows (click on name to view artwork):
Kassidy Jones - 3rd grade, Armstrong School for the Arts
Piper Cartwright - 5th grade, Armstrong School for the Arts
Art teacher: Deborah Taylor
Aliyah Boyce - 6th grade, Kilgore Gifted Center
Art teacher: Ashley Waite
James Young - 9th grade, Kecoughtan High School
Art teacher: Robin Gordon
Arriana Creasman - 12th grade, Bethel High School
Art teacher: Christie Liddell
The goal of the contest was to engage young people in creating posters to encourage other young people to use the internet safely and securely. All public, private, or home-schooled students in kindergarten through 12th grade were eligible to participate.
The top five Virginia winners from each grade group (K-5, 6-8, 9-12) will be entered into the national competition. Entries received may be used in regional, state, and national cyber and computer security awareness campaigns.