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Photo Contest: Splashdance

 

Collage of winning photos.

 

WINNERS

CLICK HERE to see the Facebook album of the Top 10 winning photos.

TOP 10:

Susie, St. Mary's High School - WINNER
Michala, Fort Hill High School
Yamile, Meade Senior High School
Alyssa, Potomac Falls High School
Sidney, Spotsylvania High School
Jane, St. Mary's High School
Sarah, Walkersville High School
Anna, Walter Johnson High School
Khanh, Walter Johnson High School
Nicola, Washington International School

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

CLICK HERE to see the Facebook album with the rest of the photo entries.

Entrants came from the following schools across Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC:

Appomattox Regional Governor's School
Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts
Centennial High School
Dominion High School
Fort Hill High School
Friendship Collegiate Academy
Independence High School Local 1
Meade High School
Middlesex High School
Ocean Lakes High School
Poolesville High School
Potomac Falls High School
River Hill High School
Roanoke Valley Governor's School
Sherwood High School
Sparrows Point High School
Spotsylvania High School
St. Mary's High School
Tandem Friends School
Walkersville High School
Walter Johnson High School
Washington International School
Winston Churchill High School

ABOUT THE CONTEST

This contest has ended.

WHAT IS POLLUTED RUNOFF? SHOW US AND RAISE AWARENESS!
TEXT US A PHOTO OF SPLASHING WATER
(BEST PHOTOS WIN PRIZES)
Hand throwing water. Photo by Collin Kroh. Photo of water splashing in tub. Ipad mini with CBF shirt and socks.

Throw water. Let it splash, fly, foam, or pour onto a surface of your choice.

~ Photo by CBF Staff

Text a photo of the water in motion. They will be shared on Student Wave's Facebook.

~ Photo by CBF Staff

Win an iPad® mini or CBF gear if your photo best illustrates polluted runoff.

~ Photo by CBF Staff

Read the complete official rules.

 

WHAT IS "POLLUTED RUNOFF"?

Polluted runoff is created when rain collects and carries oil, dirt, fertilizer, or other waste into rivers and the Bay. It is the only source of pollution to the Chesapeake Bay that is still increasing.

Find out more about polluted runoff's impact on the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers and streams.

The Gray Funnel infographic

  

 

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