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Water Education School Contests

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Cobb County Water System (CCWS) and Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA) partnered on the waterSmart program  in 2005 and conduct three  contests annually to give students at all grade levels an opportunity to learn about water conservation and the value of water.

  1. Coloring Book Contest with elementary school students
  2. Calendar Contest with middle school students
  3. Photography Contest with high school students

CCWS, through the Metro North GA Water Planning District, also provides students with the opportunity to participate in two competitive creative programs: middle school essay contest and high school video contest.

In addition, we encourage students to participate in the Georgia Project WET Georgia River of Words poetry and art contest and Georgia Wildlife Resources Division Give Wildlife a Chance poster contest.

Adventures with Tappy Turtle Coloring Book Contest

waterSmart congratulates the winners of the 16th Annual The Adventures of Tappy Turtle Coloring Book contest.   4th and 5th-grade students were invited to draw Tappy Turtle, Cobb Water System’s water conservation mascot, demonstrating water conservation tips.

For Press Release information, please click here
DOWNLOAD 2021 The Adventures of Tappy Turtle Coloring Book HERE

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waterSmart waterArt Calendar Contest

waterSmart congratulates the winners of the 11th Annual waterSmart waterArt calendar contest.  6th, 7th, and 8th grade students were invited to create a 2-D work of art that answered the question "How is water important to me?"

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High School Photography Contest

2nd annual WaterSmart Photo Contest

Cobb County Water System and Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority congratulate the 12 Cobb County high school students for their winning entries in the second annual waterSmart photography contest. Students were asked to submit images taken in Cobb County in one of six categories. Over 125 entries were submitted from 9 participating high schools. To view winning entries visit our Flickr gallery

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