TOPIC: How the Constitution Affects My Daily Life
Student may submit an original essay, story or poem about how the constitution affects their daily life. There is no minimum length; maximum length is 1000 words. The student’s name, age and grade must appear on the entry, and it must be sent to LK@Lindakaplan.com and received no later than midnight, Sept. 15, 2021. The entries will be judged for relevance, style, form and originality.
Student may submit a drawing, painting, poster or video as follows
A drawing, poster or painting may be no larger than 22” by 34.” Email
a copy of the art work to LK@lindakaplan.com and bring the original to the Key Largo Library where it will be displayed until the Constitution Day event on September 23rd. These may be brought to the library any time from September 1 until September 15th during normal business hours which are 9 am to 6 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, Wednesday 9 am to 8 pm and Saturday 9 am to 5 pm.
Any video must include only original music and lyrics written by the student (It may include public domain music as part of an original video), and be no longer than 3:20. Video submissions should be uploaded to YouTube (640x360 minimum, HD preferred, or Vimeo (Download enabled.) The first line of the video description in the online submission must read: “Submitted to UpperKeys LWV 2021Constitution Day contest.” The link to YouTube or Vimeo should be emailed to LK@lindakaplan.com