QUESTIONS?
Office of the State Fire Marshal
RE: Fire Safety Poster Contest
800 SW Jackson, Suite 104
Topeka, KS 66612-1216

Kelly Ingold
785-291-3586
kelly.ingold@ks.gov

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Fire Safety Poster Contest

2018 Poster Contest Winners

Brydan Long Kinzlie Ferris Teagan Cooley Full Brynn Widener Bennett Jacobs Hailey Nolan

Winners:

  • Brydan Long, Kindergarten, Troy Grade School, Troy, Kansas, Doniphan County Fire District #5
  • Kinzlie Ferris, 1st Grade, Troy Grade School, Troy, Kansas, Doniphan County Fire District #5
  • Teagan Cooley, 2nd Grade, Randolph Elementary School, Topeka, Kansas, Topeka Fire Department
  • Brynn Widener, 3rd Grade, Ellinwood Grade School, Ellinwood, Kansas, Ellinwood Fire Department 
  • Bennett Jacobs, 4th Grade, Ellinwood Grade School, Ellinwood, Kansas, Ellinwood Fire Department
  • Hailey Nolan, 5th Grade, Greeley County Elementary School, Tribune, Kansas, Unified Greeley County Fire District 1

Honorable Mentions:

  • Benjamin Blakley, Kindergarten, Yoder Charter School, Yoder, Kansas, Reno County Fire District # 8
  • Jaxten Schossow, 1st Grade, RV Haderlein Elementary School, Girard, Kansas, Girard Fire & Rescue Department
  • Faith Rose, 2nd Grade, RV Haderlein Elementary School, Girard, Kansas, Girard Fire & Rescue Department
  • Rylee Smith, 3rd Grade, RV Haderlein Elementary School, Girard, Kansas, Girard Fire & Rescue Department
  • Shari Miller, 4th Grade, Yoder Charter School, Yoder, Kansas, Reno County Fire District #8
  • Lydia Porter, 5th Grade, Ellinwood Elementary School, Ellinwood, Kansas, Ellinwood Fire Department

Winners and Honorable Mentions are featured in the annual Fire Safety Calendar.

2019 Fire Safety Calendar Artwork

July Brydan Long Nov. Kinzlie Ferris Aug. Teagan Cooley Oct. Brynn Widener March Bennett Jacobs Dec. Hailey Nolan Jan. Benjamin Blakley June Jaxten Schossow Feb. Faith Rose April Rylee Smith Sept. Shari Miller May Lydia Porter

Poster Requirements

  • Design a poster that visually displays any of the three parts to this year's fire safety theme. (Look. Listen. Learn.) 
  • Poster must be the original work of an individual student. All words should be spelled correctly and readable at a distance. No computer aided drawings.
  • Poster must be 11” wide by 8½” tall (standard copy paper size), LANDSCAPE ORIENTATION.
  • Entries MUST have the FULLY completed entry form attached to the back of the poster.
  • Submit your poster to your local fire department (or school officials) for one finalist from each grade to be selected to enter the state contest.
  • See Poster Contest Form for more details.