Elementary School Poster Contest
This program is intended to stimulate interest in the history of the Revolutionary War at the 4th or 5th grade level, depending on which grade year the American Revolution is taught in their educational system. Students create a 22" x 28" poster with their personal touch based on a subject determined at the state level by the Florida SAR Americanism Youth Contests Committee.
The winner at the chapter level is awarded a cash prize and is eligible to compete in a Florida State SAR Poster contest for additional prize money. State winners are then eligible for a national contest. Students who are at the equivalent level of Home Schooling may also participate.
The topic for each school year is determined later in the calendar year after school has started again. This page will be updated with the topic once it has been announced by the State Committee.The Poster Contest Topic for the 2022-2023 school year is:
Still to be determined
The deadline to enter this contest at the chapter level is March 15. Please contact the Pensacola Youth Contests Committee Chairman via the “Contact Us” page. Please use the subject line, “Elementary Poster Contest.”
Click Here for the information sheet on the Elementary School Poster Contest (This link will be active once this year's Rules are available)
Sgt. Moses Adams Memorial Middle School Brochure Contest
The SAR Middle School Brochure Contest open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders depending on what grade level the American Revolution is taught. The Brochure contest is to create a tri-fold brochure out of a typical 8 ½” x 11″ piece of paper. The brochure must conform to the contest theme which is one the five foundational documents of the United States – Articles of Confederation, Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Federalist Papers, or the Bill of Rights. The student gets to select which foundational document to use.
The brochure will be judged on: Content, Creativity and Correctness. The judging criteria rates highest personally drawn art work and text authored by the student as opposed to cut and paste from books, magazines and the Internet. The use of software tools by the student for creating the brochure, and even the art work, is permissible.
The chapter winner is awarded a cash prize and is eligible to compete in the Florida Society Brochure contest for additional prize money. State winners are then eligible for a national contest.
The deadline to enter this contest at the chapter level is March 15. Please contact the Pensacola Chapter Youth Contests Committee Chairman via the “Contact Us” page. Please use the subject line, “Middle School Brochure Contest.”