Children's Stories MS
Delaney Brand, firstname.lastname@example.org
Valerie McCauley, email@example.com
Using leadership and 21st century skills, participants create an illustrated children’s story of high artistic, instructional, and social value. The narrative may be written in prose or poetry and take the form of a fable, adventure story, or other structure. The story book should be of high quality, designed to meet the year's given theme, which will be posted on the TSA website under Competitions/Themes and Problems.
Event Guidelines are located on the National TSA website under your chapter advisor login screen, select Total TSA tab.
Entries are limited to two (2) books per chapter.
Judges will evaluate the entries based on a tier system. The student's book will be judged first. Only the top 15 will have their portfolio judged and the top 12 will be interviewed for the semi-finalist portion.
EVENT UPDATES AND CLARIFICATIONS
If the event has any updates they can be found on the national website. Please click the Competition Updates link to the right for the most current information.
It is the contestant’s responsibility to check this site and make sure they are using the most up to date information for each contest.
This event has a virtual option. If you are registered for the virtual event, all components of the entry must be finished, submitted and accessible via the Internet by 11:59 pm on March 17, 2021.