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THEME:"DART & Technology, Traveling into the Future". With continuous improvement and growth of transit services statewide, DART wants to use the opportunity to inform and promote the advantages of using public transit. DART now has Real-Time bus information on the DelDOT App and has a presence on social media, such as Facebook and Twitter. Students are asked to create a poster which illustrates "DART & Technology, Traveling into the Future." Visit DartFirstState.com to get some ideas and view past contest entries

Eligibility: Children in Grades 6 through 12.

Judging & Awards: DART judged the entries for originality, theme presentation, and artistic quality. All winners will receive an award certificate and gifts from DART's business partners. All entrants will receive a certificate of participation. All artwork becomes the property of DART and may be used in future advertising or promotional materials with appropriate credit to the artist.

Dart contest poster - Grand Prize Winner - Sara Ding

Sara Ding - Grand Prize Winner
8th Grade - Cab Calloway School of the Arts

Dart Contest poster winner - Irene Namer

Irene Namer
12th Grade - Hayley Silverman Home School

DART Contest Poster winner - Nathaniel Rambo

Nathaniel Rambo
11th Grade - MOT Charter High School

DART Contest Poster winner - Dylan Foster

Dylan Foster
10th Grade - MOT Charter High School

DART Contest Poster winner - Vincenzia Johns

Vincenzia Johns
9th Grade - MOT Charter High School

DART Contest Poster winner - Sofia Buonopane

Sofia Buonopane
7th Grade - Cab Calloway School of the Arts

DART Contest Poster winner - Jaciana Rivera

Jaciana Rivera
6th Grade - Talley Middle School