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  • Mansel Nelson
    Mansel A Nelson Environmental Education Outreach Program 928 523 1275 ... Mansel A Nelson Environmental Education Outreach Program 928 523 1275 Begin forwarded
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      Mansel A Nelson
      Environmental Education Outreach Program
      928 523 1275

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      From: EPA Schools IAQ Connector <IAQTfSConnector@...>
      Date: September 2, 2010 8:30:44 AM MST
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      Subject: Get Students Involved: Participate in the National Radon Poster Contest
      Reply-To: EPA Schools IAQ Connector <IAQTfSConnector@...>


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      Looking for a fun and creative activity for fall?

      Get students to participate in the National Radon Poster Contest!

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      The National Radon Poster Contest is an educational and artistic way to teach students about radon and its effects on our health. This educational opportunity is sponsored by Kansas State University with support from EPA through a cooperative agreement. Students aged nine to 14 are encouraged to submit their creative and original artwork, which are used to help raise radon awareness and promote radon testing in every home. Poster submissions for most states are due in October 2010, although deadlines vary by state. Visit the National Radon Poster Contest website for specific information for your state.

       

      Award-winning students will be recognized at the 2011 IAQ Tools for Schools National Symposium!

       

      Through a highly competitive process, the top three posters will be selected by a panel comprised of national experts. The award-winning student, a parent and the sponsoring teacher will receive an all expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., to participate in the IAQ Tools for Schools National Symposium January 13-15, 2011. The students will be honored at the National Radon Poster Contest Awards Luncheon on Friday, January 14, 2011.

       

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      For a more detailed description of the poster contest guidelines, tools for incorporating the contest into your curriculum, and other interactive educational tools for your students, visit the National Radon Poster Contest website.

       

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    • Mansel Nelson
      Educators The EEOP Staff are available to come to your classroom and teach lessons about radon. man Mansel A Nelson Environmental Education Outreach Program
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 2, 2010
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        Educators

        The EEOP Staff are available to come to your 
        classroom and teach lessons about radon. 

        man

        Mansel A Nelson
        Environmental Education Outreach Program
        928 523 1275

        Begin forwarded message:

        From: EPA Schools IAQ Connector <IAQTfSConnector@...>
        Date: September 2, 2010 8:30:44 AM MST
        To: <mansel.nelson@...>
        Subject: Get Students Involved: Participate in the National Radon Poster Contest
        Reply-To: EPA Schools IAQ Connector <IAQTfSConnector@...>


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        image: Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools Program

         

        Looking for a fun and creative activity for fall?

        Get students to participate in the National Radon Poster Contest!

        Image

         

        The National Radon Poster Contest is an educational and artistic way to teach students about radon and its effects on our health. This educational opportunity is sponsored by Kansas State University with support from EPA through a cooperative agreement. Students aged nine to 14 are encouraged to submit their creative and original artwork, which are used to help raise radon awareness and promote radon testing in every home. Poster submissions for most states are due in October 2010, although deadlines vary by state. Visit the National Radon Poster Contest website for specific information for your state.

         

        Award-winning students will be recognized at the 2011 IAQ Tools for Schools National Symposium!

         

        Through a highly competitive process, the top three posters will be selected by a panel comprised of national experts. The award-winning student, a parent and the sponsoring teacher will receive an all expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., to participate in the IAQ Tools for Schools National Symposium January 13-15, 2011. The students will be honored at the National Radon Poster Contest Awards Luncheon on Friday, January 14, 2011.

         

        Don’t miss this exciting opportunity! Click here to forward this e-mail to a friend.

         

        For a more detailed description of the poster contest guidelines, tools for incorporating the contest into your curriculum, and other interactive educational tools for your students, visit the National Radon Poster Contest website.

         

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