National Geographic : 2010 Sep
OFFICIAL RULES: See complete of cial rules at www.nationalgeographic.com/ ndyourfootprint. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Contest is open only to legal residents of the fty (50) United States and D.C. at least 21 years old and who are kindergarten through sixth-grade teachers at a public or private school entering the Contest on behalf of his/ her class. Employees of National Geographic Society, Procter and Gamble, Promethean, and related parties are ineligible. Entries must be received by 11:59:59 p.m. ET on December 3, 2010. Limit one entry per person and per classroom. To enter, go to www.nationalgeographic. com/ ndyourfootprint to download your free National Geographic Find Your Footprint Lesson Plan (the "Lesson Plan"). Using the Lesson Plan, develop a proposal by answering all of the questions to identify your school s footprint (consumption) and to outline steps that you could take to initiate environmentally responsible improvements to reduce waste and consumption at your school. You may include photos, videos, or drawings to further illustrate your action plan. Complete the entry by following the online directions. Entries will be judged as described in the Of cial Rules. The Grand Prize Winner s school will be awarded ve (5) Promethean whiteboards, ve (5) Promethean response devices, a library of National Geographic products, and thirty (30) one-year subscriptions to National Geographic Kids magazine. Approximate retail value ("ARV") is $13,600. CONTEST IS VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. advertisement Put your kids' creativity into action. The P&G Future Friendly Find Your Footprint contest inspires kids to ask questions that will lead to positive changes throughout their schools. Encourage your kids to get their class involved. FULL CONTEST DETAILS AT: nationalgeographic.com/findyourfootprint GRAND PRIZE FIVE ACTIVBOARDS BY PROMETHEAN 360-degree technology-enabled learning environments with interactive whiteboards and learner-response systems. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC "LIBRARY " Up to $1,000 worth of award-winning atlases, books, maps, and more. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS MAGAZINE Every student in the winning class receives a one-year subscription. Are lights on in classrooms, copy rooms, or closets even when no one's there? Does the cafeteria have recycling and compost bins? Are all papers teachers hand out printed on both sides? Does the class recycle all the paper it throws away? Are energy-saving light bulbs and fixtures being used? Are dripping faucets wasting water? Are there gardens and trees planted outside to help clean the air? Are the shades drawn in classrooms to hold in heat on cold days and block out sun when it's warm? We can t wait to see the creative solutions and new ideas kids can come up with to improve the footprint--- and future---of their school. ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY DECEMBER 3, 2010.