Student Contests

Earth Day is April 22!

Newspapers in Education wants YOUR students to make a difference! Have students construct a diorama with recycled materials and be creative in designing a scene that illustrates the importance of recycling. Think of a scene, sketch some idea, collect materials and build your diorama!

One winner will be selected by...

For 54 years, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch "A" Student Program has rewarded students for academic excellence. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspapers in Education program and the St. Louis Cardinals are pleased to invite your school to join other area 9th through 12th grade students who are recognized for earning an A- average or better in the first semester. "A"...

In partnership with Missouri Valley Conference, Newspapers in Education is recognizing students in grades K through 8 for outstanding citizenship. The following criteria serve as a guideline to assist with the selection of the Super Citizen:
· Highly regarded by staff and students 
· Contributes positively to the classroom, school and the community 
· Contributes to problem-solving in peaceful ways 
· Has demonstrated...

Recycling Diorama Contest

Earth Day is April 22 and elementary school students can make a difference. Construct your diorama with recycled materials and be creative in designing a scene that illustrates the importance of recycling. Think of a scene, sketch some ideas, collect materials and build your diorama!

Dioramas must be created from items that could be found in a recycle bin. The...

Campaign Contest

And the winners are:

Everybody Likes Ike, by Phoebe, age 5
Madly for Adlai, by Jack, age 13
John Adams Campaign Video: Election of 1800, by Rose, age 17

Thank you to all who entered. Each video was fun to watch!

NIE's first contest started under the lights!
Students were invited to research the following United States Presidential elections and the...