Elementary-Aged Students Show Importance of National Electrical Safety Month with Creative Posters
May 13, 2019, Falcon, CO – For Mountain View Electric Association, Inc, (MVEA), safety is the number one priority. To illustrate the importance of National Electrical Safety month this May, MVEA hosted their fourth-annual Electrical Safety Poster Contest for kids in grades kindergarten through fifth. This year’s winning poster was created by Tucker, a fourth-grade student at Big Sandy School.
In addition to MVEA’s overall poster contest winner, a winner from each grade level was selected. Each of the winners received a Kindle Fire, and the winners’ teacher received an Amazon gift card.
And the winners are:
- Overall Winner – Tucker, 4th grade student at Big Sandy School
- Kindergarten Winner – Christoph, Homeschool
- First Grade Winner – Mylo, Agate Elementary
- Second Grade Winner – Brynlee, Big Sandy School
- Third Grade Winner – Kace, Karval School District
- Fourth Grade Winner – Sierra, Monument Academy
- Fifth Grade Winner – Marina, Calhan Elementary School
Because we live and work in the community we serve, we care about our neighbors and their children. In an effort to keep our kids safe, we also conducted electrical safety demonstrations in each of the winning student’s classrooms. These demonstrations are offered free of charge to any school in MVEA’s service territory throughout the year. To learn more about MVEA’s Energy Learning Experiences, visit: www.mvea.coop/demos.
MVEA’s poster contest is held each year January – March. Winners are chosen in April and featured each May to highlight National Electrical Safety Month.