Constitutionfacts.com and the GIC (Government Information for Children - ALA GODORT) are national sponsors of the Eleventh Annual
U.S. Constitution Day Poster Contest for students,
an international contest promoted exclusively through the Internet.
To compete, the contest invites K-12 entrants (including homeschoolers)
to celebrate Constitution Day (Sept. 17) by designing a poster showing how they
benefited from the freedoms embodied in the U.S. Constitution.
Entries must be postmarked by October 1, 2019. The first 100 entrants receive a free pocket
constitution book from constitutionfacts.com, with the contest winners receiving additional
prizes! To learn more, download the Poster Design Contest entry form.
Grand Prize Winner
2018 Constitution Day Poster Design Contest
Kayla H. Jang, 9th Grade, Grand Prize Contest Winner!
The annual Constitution Day Poster Design Contest is an international contest promoted exclusively through the internet.
To compete, the contest invites K-12 entrants (including homeschoolers) to celebrate Constitution Day (Sept. 17) by designing a poster showing how they benefited from the freedoms embodied in the U.S. Constitution.
Winners (one per grade) receive a Constitution commemorative coin with the Grand Prize winner also receiving a $100 cash prize. Special thanks to our sponsors for providing the support and resources necessary to conduct the contest. To enter the 2019 contest,
download entry form.
The purpose of the Government Information Committee (American Library Association - Government Documents Roundtable) is:
- To promote government information in order to engage K-12 students in learning about history, culture, science, and government through games and other interactive activities.
- To assist teacher / school librarians, public librarians, academic librarians, parents, and the general public with locating teaching aids, lesson plans, and exciting tools to enhance students' learning.
- To provide all populations with a collection of free government resources - designed for children - to advance their personal and professional needs