Each year students are recognized at the Henrico 21 celebration during the Student 21 Fair event. Every school in Henrico County is represented at the fair and students are selected at the school level to display their work. The Student 21 Fair will take place on May 24, 2017 at Glen Allen High School during the Henrico 21 Celebration. Schools will select one to two student representatives based on the following guidelines.
- Student must be enrolled in Henrico County Public Schools, at the time of submission.
- Submissions must have a submission sponsor, which is an Henrico County Public School employee.
- Submission sponsors positions may include (but are not limited to) teacher, librarian, instructional technology resource teachers (ITRTs), administrator, and/or academic tutor. The submission sponsor will be asked to attend the Student 21 Fair and/or Henrico 21 ceremony with the student(s) for recognition.
- Individual and group entries will be accepted. Groups should consist of 5 members or less, to allow for a consistent review of individual participation.
- All student submissions must be completed via the online form on this website. Please consult your school’s ITRT for site-based due date and process.
- Submissions must include a student product created during the implementation window. (April 1, 2016 – April 1, 2017)
- It is expected that students follow all copyright and ethical guidelines detailed in the HCPS Student Code of Conduct. (Acceptable Use Policy)
- There is no limit to the number of submissions to the blog for a particular student or school.
- Student submissions could have been completed in class or outside of class.
- Students who submit may NOT have a “Denial of Permission for Authorized Media” on file, at the school, to be honored during the Student 21 Fair. (The person submitting the student work is responsible for checking with the appropriate school personnel.)
- Students being recognized at the Student 21 Fair may be asked to participate in video interviews..
- The submission sponsor should help students/parents understand that their work may be shared digitally with outside audiences under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial license.