Creative Expression is an opportunity for schools to display their efforts to create a culture of no name-calling. This year, GLSEN will be hosting a Contest and an Exhibit.
The Creative Expressions Exhibit is an opportunity for individual students to submit original artwork for display in our virtual exhibit premiering this fall. There is no judging on individual submissions. Click here to submit your student artwork.
The Creative Expressions Contest is an opportunity for schools to display their efforts to create a culture of no name-calling. Schools are invited to create school wide displays featuring the message of No Name-Calling Week. Any kind of display can be created and a picture or video of the display will be submitted for judging. Click here to submit your school-wide display. The winning school will receive a No Name-Calling Week Prize pack including a Simon and Schuster Children's Library, and a Stop Bullying Speak Up prize kit from the Cartoon Network including:
DVD of "Speak Up" a documentary introduced by Barack Obama
DVD of Cartoon Network PSA's
DVD of Anderson Cooper specials
Stop Bullying: Speak Up posters
GLSEN's Safe Space Kit
GLSEN's Ready Set Respect
And other prizes.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Friday, March 1, 2013
Winners will be notified by April 2013.
About No Name-Calling Week
Coordinated by GLSEN in collaboration with over 60 national education organizational partners, No Name-Calling Week is an annual week of educational activities aimed at ending name-calling of all kinds and providing schools with the tools and inspiration to launch an on-going dialogue about ways to eliminate bullying in their communities.
No Name-Calling Week is endorsed by, among others:
National Association of Elementary School Principals