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Communities in Motion 2040 and Youth

Today's youth will be adults – commuters, home owners, tax payers – in 2040. To help get them thinking about their future, COMPASS has been asking local youth what they think the future of the Treasure Valley will look like.

Communities in Motion 2040 Youth Art Contest – Fall 2011

What do you think your community will look like in 25 years? That is the question COMPASS asked elementary age children in the Treasure Valley as part of the Communities in Motion 2040 Youth Art Contest. COMPASS received many creative entries showing a variety of different views of our future.

Congratulations to our winners!  First, second, and third place winners are in each age category are shown below. Click on the images below to view larger pictures.

Also watch for the winning entries at COMPASS events, at the COMPASS office, on ValleyRide buses, and elsewhere!

Third Grade:

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

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Artist:
Avery Scanlon
Hunter Elementary

 

Artist:
Third Grade Student
Andrus Elementary

Artist:
Brent Wheeler
Hunter Elementary

Fourth Grade:

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

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Artist:
Delaney Salisbury
Prospect Elementary

 

Artist:
Rachelle Cecil
Hunter Elementary

Artist:
Fourth Grade Student
Hunter Elementary

Fifth Grade

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

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Artist:
Olivia Christensen
Hunter Elementary

 

Artist:
Fifth Grade Student
Hunter Elementary

Artist:
Fifth Grade Student
Hunter Elementary

Picture This! Treasure Valley 2040 Student Video Competition: Fall 2012

7th – 12th graders in Ada and Canyon Counties are invited to use their creative skills to create videos depicting the Treasure Valley in 2040. Click here or contact Walt Satterfield or 475-2237 for more information.