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The Doodle 4 Google Contest is closing out here in a couple weeks. It’s a great opportunity to win educational scholarships for yourself and grant money for your own school.
The Doodle 4 Google competition is now open to all K-12 students in U.S. schools (including homeschoolers). Parents, teachers, or after school programs may submit doodles on behalf of their child or student as long as they are accompanied by a completed and signed entry form. Like last year, we do not have a cap on number of submissions from one school, family, or after school program but we still require that only one doodle is submitted per child. In the case of duplicate submissions by a single child, we will accept the submission that arrives first as determined by the “received by” date. Completed entry forms must be received by March 23rd.
New! We no longer require preregistration.
Parents or Legal Guardians of K-12 Kids: Parents or legal guardians who have children currently enrolled in U.S. based schools are allowed to submit artwork on behalf of their child as long as the parent or guardian signs and completes page one of the official entry form (available on this page) for each child who submits artwork for the contest. If you are a parent, we ask that you check with your child’s school first to see if they are participating in the contest in order to prevent duplicate submissions.
U.S. based private, public, and homeschools serving K-12 students: Teachers in U.S. based schools are allowed to submit doodles on behalf of their students as long as they are accompanied by a completed entry form signed by the child’s parent or legal guardian.
After school programs: Representatives from any after school organization are allowed to submit students’ doodles as long as they are accompanied by a completed entry form signed by the child’s parent or guardian. Also, please check with the child’s parents to prevent multiple entries as we allow only one entry per student.
Want to get your school or community doodling? Use this poster to spread the word and get everyone in on the D4G fun!
You can find out prizes and a complete write-up on the rules here: Doodle 4 Google Contest Information