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Disability Awareness Month Poster Contest CANCELLED for 2021

Governor's Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens | Date Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2021


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The Governor’s Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens (GACEC) regrets that we are unable to hold the annual poster contest as part of October’s Disability History and Awareness Month this year.  This popular annual event challenges art students from schools across the State of Delaware with a theme to create disabilty awareness. We look forward to being able to hold the poster contest next year once the pandemic has slowed and we’re all more familiar with being back in the classroom full time.

In the meantime, we hope you will access the Disability History and Awareness Month resource guide on the GACEC website at https://gacec.delaware.gov/disability-history-awareness/. There are still many things we can do to observe disability history in Delaware. This resource guide will provide ideas for you, your classroom, your students and their families. Also, there will be additional disability history and awareness items on the GACEC website and Delaware Disability Hub (https://deldhub.gacec.delaware.gov/) website throughout the month of October.

Thank you for your interest in Delaware’s Disability History and Awareness Month. See you for the poster contest in 2022!

For additional information email the GACEC at GACEC@delaware.gov

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Disability Awareness Month Poster Contest CANCELLED for 2021

Governor's Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens | Date Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2021


Seeing Eye rainbow colors

The Governor’s Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens (GACEC) regrets that we are unable to hold the annual poster contest as part of October’s Disability History and Awareness Month this year.  This popular annual event challenges art students from schools across the State of Delaware with a theme to create disabilty awareness. We look forward to being able to hold the poster contest next year once the pandemic has slowed and we’re all more familiar with being back in the classroom full time.

In the meantime, we hope you will access the Disability History and Awareness Month resource guide on the GACEC website at https://gacec.delaware.gov/disability-history-awareness/. There are still many things we can do to observe disability history in Delaware. This resource guide will provide ideas for you, your classroom, your students and their families. Also, there will be additional disability history and awareness items on the GACEC website and Delaware Disability Hub (https://deldhub.gacec.delaware.gov/) website throughout the month of October.

Thank you for your interest in Delaware’s Disability History and Awareness Month. See you for the poster contest in 2022!

For additional information email the GACEC at GACEC@delaware.gov

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