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 fifth-annual Electrical Safety Poster Contest for kids in grades kindergarten through fifth. MVEA’s poster contest is held each year January – March, so kids created their original posters before the COVID-19 stay-at-home order was in place. The winners were chosen in April and are now being featured to highlight National Electrical Safety Month. This year’s winning poster was created by Conner, 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.
- Overall Winner – Connor, Fourth Grade Student at Big Sandy School
- Kindergarten Winner – Chisum, Limon Public Schools
- First Grade Winner – Rosa Linda, Calhan Elementary School
- Second Grade Winner – LeighAnn, Cherry Valley Elementary School
- Third Grade Winner (tie) – Mireya, Grand Mountain K-8
- Third Grade Winner (tie) – Shayne, Big Sandy School
- Fourth Grade Winner – Brynn, Bear Creek Elementary School
- Fifth Grade Winner – Payton, Lewis-Palmer Elementary School
For the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, MVEA is offering VIRTUAL electrical safety demonstrations for teachers to share as part of their virtual-learning program. To engage students and keep safety top of mind, these demonstrations are offered free of charge to any school in MVEA’s service territory. To learn more about MVEA’s Energy Learning Experiences, visit our Demos page.