Annual Disabilities Poster Contest

The Irving Advisory Committee on Disabilities sponsors an annual Disabilities Poster Contest in recognition of Disabilities Awareness Month. The contest is open to all fourth graders in the Irving Independent School District (IISD), private schools and home-schooled children within Irving. The contest designed to encourage students to artistically express how a person with disabilities can use his or her strengths and abilities as part of the community.

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2023 Poster Contest

Irving fourth graders are invited to enter in this year’s Irving Disability Advisory Committee’s annual poster contest. Participants are asked to express how a person with disabilities can use his or her abilities to be part of the community. 

Students in public, private or home schools are invited to participate. Artwork must be created in watercolor, pencil, pastels or crayon on 8-inch-by-11-inch card stock.  

Winners will have an opportunity for their art to be showcased inside Irving City Hall, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Irving and at Irving ISD facilities, and they will receive a certificate of recognition at the Oct. 12 Irving City Council meeting.

Poster entries will be accepted in the Parks and Recreation office at City Hall, 825 W. Irving Boulevard, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. View the Poster Contest Rules and Guidelines (PDF). Entry deadline is 5 p.m. Sept. 11. 

Members of the Advisory Committee on Disabilities will judge poster entries. Winners will be recognized by the Mayor and City Council at the Oct. 12 City Council meeting.