Join Child Quest International (CQI) and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) and embrace the legacy and the future of Hispanic children and families.
As you take time this month to remember the contributions that Hispanic Americans have made, CQI encourages you to continue making safety a priority by participating in NCMEC's annual Hispanic Heritage Month Poster Contest. This year's theme, "Cyberbullying: Recognize, Reject, and Report (Hostigamiento Cibernético: Reconócelo, Recházalo, Repórtalo)", is the perfect opportunity to begin conversations with children about online safety and encourage them to step up against cyberbullying. Through artwork, students can express how they Recognize, Reject, and Report cyberbullies.
The poster contest is open to all fifth graders. Entries must abide by official contest guidelines and be received by October 8th.