Italian Heritage Month- OCTOBER 2019
ITALIAN HERITAGE MONTH CONTEST
Sponsored by C.A.S.IT
In collaboration with October Italian-American Heritage Month Committee, and Sons of Italy.
This year Italian Heritage Contest will focus on Leonardo da Vinci, the artist, the inventor, the scientist, the genius. Each submission will provide opportunities to use the Italian language. The projects will present a logical progression of information, use of language as appropriate by grade level, creativity progressing with level of study and visual appeal.
Elementary school students:
1. Students are asked to create a 5-8 ages booklet about Leonardo da Vinci, “The Genius” and cover the following aspects:
a. Where was Leonardo da Vinci born?
b. Why is he called “The Genius”?
c. Where did he start his career?
d. What is Leonardo da Vinci most important invention?
e. What is Leonardo da Vinci most famous artwork?
2. Students should submit work as a class, in small groups or individually
3. The entry will be the format of a booklet with labeled illustrations and some short phrases for older students. Creativity is important in terms of the presentation of the material: students may draw or paint, but glitter is not allowed. The facts should be historically accurate.
4. Students should use only one side of the age. Pages can be the size of copy
Contest entries will be judged by a committee selected by C.A.S.IT. and its
All entries should include the school name, city, grade level or teacher’s name, and the names of students for all individual or group entries. All entries must be postmarked by May, 15 2019.
Awards will be distributed on June, 2nd at Columbus Park in Boston on Republic Day.
Mail entries to: Italian Heritage Contest
27 Water Street, Suite 104 A/B
Wakefield, MA, 01880
Telephone: (781) 224-0532 or (617) 939-4216
Address questions to:
Executive Director of Education, M.G.Motta, email@example.com.
Please inform C.A.S.IT. if you wish to pick up your entries after the
● First prize: $ 300.00
● Second Prize: $ 200.00
● Third Prize: $ 100.00
If additional scholarship funds become available, additional prizes or special categories may be added depending on the decision of the joint review committee.
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