The Wall Township
Environmental Advisory Committee (WTEAC) holds an environmental poster competition every year for Wall's high school students. The dates for
this contest vary each year, but the themes are the same!
Waste, water, noise, and air pollution control
Resources: air, water, soil, vegetation, and animals
Manasquan, Wreck Pond, and/or Shark River Watersheds
Ocean dumping, recycling, and grants
Open space / farm land preservation
Ecology, conservation, and marine life
Toxic and chemical water; health hazards
Wildlife refuges and environmental technology
Any other specific environmental entity of your choice
Important: Essays relating to Wall Township will be excluded.
Posters must be submitted on construction or poster paper no smaller than 9” x 12” and no larger than 18” x 24”
Entries will be based on environmental originality, creativity, and grammar
Student’s name, phone number, age, grade level, teacher’s name and school
must be indicated on the label in back of the poster as per instructions from Cathleen Brenner, Central School Coordinator.
Winners will be notified by phone
The final 25 entries (4 schools combined) will be selected by the Environmental Club and/or National Art Honor Society for the top 5 per grade level. All entries should be submitted to Central School, c/o of Cathleen Brenner, by the date as noted in her memo. The Central School Coordinator will then submit the final entries to the WTEAC with numerical ratings.
Evaluation of the final winning entries will be rated and determined by the Wall Wall High Environmental Club. The winning posters will be returned to the children at the conclusion of the Awards Ceremony.
Awards will take place at the Wall Municipal Complex on a Sunday, in the spring, as mutually arranged by the WTEAC and Poster Coordinator. Presentation will be by a Wall Township Official and a WTEAC member to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and honorable mention winners of the 1st through 5th grade level, which will include finalists from all four elementary schools
The Wall Township officials and committee members will issue their congratulations in the form of a certificate and ribbon to all 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and honorable mention winners. All first place winners will receive a $50 bond (5 bonds). The grand prize winner (Best in Show) will receive an additional $50 bond
The Superintendent, board members, other school personnel, township officials, parents, and committee members may be invited to the award ceremony.