The Art of Language: A K-12 Student Contest

April 17, 2017 Rosetta Stone Enterprise and Education

Rosetta Stone, Education, Student Art ContestCalling all language teachers and students in K-12!

Rosetta Stone Education invites you to participate in our latest contest, The Art of Language.

Submit your students’ artwork—inspired by their language studies—for a chance to win a prize for your classroom!

The contest will run April 5 – April 30, 2017. All submissions will then be shared back with you for voting. The twelve student art pieces with the most votes will win a pizza or ice cream party for their classroom and be featured in the Rosetta Stone 2017-18 school year calendar!

To participate and enter your submission:

  1. Read the contest terms and conditions
  2. Download and complete parental consent form
  3. Complete official entry form

Once you have read and completed the above forms, please attach all final documents and send to this email address:

Remember, the contest deadline is April 30. We will be in touch with you when voting opens, and will notify you should your student artwork be one of the 12 winners.

Artwork can vary from photography, drawings, paintings, etc.

Thank you for your participation and good luck!

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