June Prizebook

ROCKTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

SCHOOL FAIR
PRIZE LIST


ROCKTON WORLD'S FAIR
OCTOBER 6-9th, 2023

BACK IN 'FAIR STYLE'

www.rocktonworldsfair.com

812 Old Hwy 8, Rockton, Ontario L0R 1X0
Phone: 519-647-2502
Fax: 519-647-3899
info@rocktonworldsfair.com
Thank you to all the sponsors and volunteers!

SCHOOL FAIR CHAIR: Kristine Hutchison, Carolyn Eddy
COMMITTEE: Evelyn Flatt, Carolyn Eddy, Cecil & Gladys Hamilton, Annette & Robert Schreuders, Allison & Craig Fousler, Lloyd Bailey, Shari Bosma, Sabrina Bosma, Amanda Bosma, Beth Ann Robb, Kristine Hutchison, Tracy Aikema-Robb

RULES AND REGULATIONS
ALL WORK MUST BE DONE BY THE STUDENT

  • Admission to the fair is still required until after Monday at 5 p.m.
  • Students who are of elementary school agenda students who graduated from grade 8 in June of the current year (2023) are eligible to exhibit
  • The grade is to be interpreted as the grade in which he/she is a student as of November 2022
  • Only works created after Thanksgiving 2022 are eligible for entry
  • Individual exhibits of grain, corn, vegetables, flowers, and fruit must be grown in the home garden or home farm.
  • For information and exhibit tags please contact the Fair Office: 812 Old Hwy 8, Rockton, L0R 1X0, 519-647-2502 or any School Fair Director
  • All exhibitors and teachers are urged to check that the school fair tags are completed before entries are submitted.
  • All home school exhibitors please complete the mailing address section on the exhibit tags
  • Attach tags to the top, right-hand corner of the entry and include both the first and last names of student, the full school name and address
  • Teachers are asked to use discretion choosing only 10 entries per category per school. Pre-selection at the school level may be necessary
  • Only one entry per student is allowed in each section
  • All judges' decisions are final
  • Exhibitors please arrange for all articles to be picked up between 5 & 5:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving Monday only. The Rockton Fair and School Fair committee will not be responsible for any entries not picked up by Monday evening. All prize money can now be picked up in the main office boardroom on Thanksgiving Monday, between 3 and 5pm after 5pm, monies can be picked up at the School Fair Building
  • Identification will be required when you pick up your prize money

SPECIAL PRIZES

THE MAE HOOD MEMORIAL AWARD: A plaque presented to the student winning the most points in the School Fair Department. No previous trophy winners are eligible
POINTS: 1st: 5 pts, 2nd: 4 pts, 3rd: 3 pts, 4th: 2 pts, 5th: 1 pt
CERTIFICATE: Awarded to the student with the most points in the June list
CERTIFICATE: Awarded to the school with the highest points.

The Rockton Agricultural Society (RAS) is committed to the safeguarding of personal information collected from exhibitors in accordance with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Personal information collected will not be sold or disclosed for reasons other than for why it was collected. By completing and submitting the entry tag, the exhibitor, parent, or guardian consents to the information being used by the RAS for the mailing and/ or handing out of prize money and awards.

JUNE ENTRY LIST

Entries must be received by Wednesday, June 28th, 2023
2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Farm & Home Building

Please Read instructions before entering.
CLASS/ SECTION: Refer to the alphanumeric code listed on the left.
Maximum size for all entries is 23 x 30 cm unless otherwise noted.Do not mount unless requested.

Be proud of your work!

PRIZES: For the following classes except where noted.
1st: $4.50, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50, 4th: $3.00, 5th: $2.50

ART WORK

AWJK.

JK Painting, any topic

AWSK.

SK Painting, illustrating a fairy tale

AW1.

Grade 1 Painting, an autumn tree with the leaves changing colours

AW2.

Grade 2 Picture, a favourite animal, cut and paste

AW3.

Grade 3 Picture, "Animals in the Jungle" theme, wax crayon

AW4.

Grade 4 Portrait

AW5.

Grade 5 Drawing, showing perspective

AW6.

Grade 6 Landscape, using tissue paper

AW7.

Grade 7 Landscape, showing perspective

AW8.

Grade 8 Collage, a person you admire

AW9.

JK & SK Drawing, your favourite animal, wax crayon

AW10.

Grades 1 & 2 Drawing, "Summer Fun", pencil crayon, crayon or marker

Additional Prizes, Class AW10 Prizes: 1st: $3.00, 2nd: $2.50, 3rd: $2.00, 4th: $1.50, 5th: $1.00

Sponsor: Mr. & Mrs. Arie Vogel

AW11.

Grade 3 & 4 Drawing, pen, pencil crayon or crayon

AW12.

Grades 5 & 6 Drawing, a shoe, pencil crayon

AW13.

Grades 7 & 8 Graffiti Tag

CREATIVE DIVISION

CJK.

JK Puppet, made from a paper bag or paper plate

CSK.

SK Illustration, my friend and me

C1.

Grade 1 Story, about a friend (animal or human) with illustration

C2.

Grade 2 Illustration, favourite part of a book, including the title

C3.

Grade 3 Entry Page, a pioneer child, maximum 100 words, handprinted

C4.

Grade 4 Design a Family Coat of Arms

C5.

Grade 5 Story, entitled "If I Were A Famous Person", approximately 250 words

C6.

Grade 6 Poster, advertising a new product

C7.

Grades 7 & 8 Design a "Do Not Disturb" sign, any media

HEALTH

Prizes: 1st: $4.50, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50, 4th: $3.00, 5th: $2.50

HK.

JK & SK Picture, 4 favourite garden vegetables, cut and paste

H1.

Grade 1 Picture, illustrating "Good Food Helps Me Grow"

H2.

Grade 2 Poster, explaining "Proper Care of Your Teeth"

H3.

Grade 3 Poster, showing a day's healthy eating based on Canada's Food Guide

H4.

Grade 4 Poster, advertising the benefits of a smoke-free environment

H5.

Grades 5 & 6 Poster, depicting appropriate ways of "How to Handle a Bully"

Additional Prizes, Class H5 Prizes: 1st: $3.00, 2nd: $2.50, 3rd: $1.50, 4th: $1.00

Sponsor: R & A Schreuders

H6.

Grades 7 & 8 Poster, depicting 3 aspects of healthy living

MATH, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

MTK.

JK & SK Picture, made with geometric shapes

MT1.

Grade 1 Pictograph, any topic, explain findings

Additional Prizes, Class MT1 Prizes: 1st: $3.00, 2nd: $2.50, 3rd: $1.50, 4th: $1.00

Sponsor: Jean Humphrey

MT2.

Grade 2 The Life Cycle of an Amphibian or Insect

MT3.

Grade 3 Timeline, illustrating the growth cycle of a specific fruit or vegetable

MT4.

Grade 4 Report, write and illustrate on an endangered animal

explain your reasoning and suggest solutions to the problem

MT5.

Grade 5 Scene, design using at least eight different geometric shapes, include a legend

MT6.

Grade 6 Article, about an aspect of the solar system, one page, include illustration

MT7.

Grades 7 & 8 Select a Technological Advancement, describe its impact, include photo/diagram, labelled, maximum 1 page

FRENCH

Please note: Spelling and Grammar will impact results

FLK.

JK & SK Picture, with a printed title, crayon

FL1.

Grade 1 Drawing, with 3 facial features, labelled

FL2.

Grade 2 Picture, 5 garden vegetables, cut and paste, labelled.

Special Prize for class FL2 Prizes: 1st: $3.00, 2nd: $2.50, 3rd: $2.00, 4th: $1.50, 5th: $1.00

Sponsor: Barb Manel

FL3.

Grade 3 Drawing, 5 articles of winter clothing, label

maximum 30 cm x 45 cm

FL4.

Grade 4 Picture, draw your family and label

FL5.

Grade 5 Seasons, draw and label the with a sentence describing each season

FL6.

Grade 6 Favourite Sport, write 2-3 sentences and illustrate

FL7.

Grades 7 & 8.- Tell a Story, using past, present, future, one page, 3 paragraphs, minimum 4 x 6 inches

POETRY SPECIAL

All entries must be mounted.
Min. 4 X 6 inches Max. 5 X 7 inches

Prizes: 1st: $3.00, 2nd: $2.50, 3rd: $2.00, 4th: $1.50, 5th: $1.00

PSK.

JK & SK Illustration, nursery rhyme

PS1.

Grade 1 Poem, original

PS2.

Grade 2 Poem, original

PS3.

Grade 3 Acrostic Poem, original, "Rockton Fair"

PS4.

Grade 4 Cinquain Poem, original

PS5.

Grade 5 Limerick Poem, original

PS6.

Grade 6 Haiku Poem, original

Additional Prize, Class PS6 1st: $3.00, 2nd: $2.50, 3rd: $2.00, 4th: $1.50, 5th: $1.00

Sponsor: Wendell Renovations

PS7.

Grades 7 & 8.- An original poem.

Special Prize for class PS7

Sponsors: Cecil & Gladys Hamilton

SOCIAL STUDIES

All entries must be approx. 30 x 45 cm in size.

ESK.

JK & SK Drawing, a community helper

ES1.

Grade 1 Map of Your Yard

ES2.

Grade 2 Travel Poster, hand-drawn, illustrating another province or territory

ES3.

Grade 3 Poster, promoting Westfield Heritage Village

Additional Prizes, Class ES3 Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

Sponsor: Friends of Westfield

ES4.

Grades 4 Map, a medieval village

ES5.

Grade 5 Poster, unique characteristics of one of Canada's National Parks

ES6.

Grade 6 Poster, describing an aspect of life for early First Nations

Additional Prizes Class ES5 Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2, 5th: $1

Sponsored in Memory of Judy Crawford

ES7.

Grade 7 Poster, celebrating an event from the history of Canada in the 1800's

ES8.

Grade 8 Design a Rockton Fair Flag


SCHOOL FAIR
BOOK COVER DESIGN

Open to all students Grades 5 to 8

Limit 4 entries per school

Size: Must be 8.5" x 11" (21.5 cm X 28 cm) with a 1/4 to 1/2 " white border on all sides.
Must be hand drawn in black and white using ink, pencil or paint.

Prize: 1st: $25.00, 2nd: $15.00, 3rd: $10.00, 4th: $5.00

The winning design will be published on the front cover of the School Fair Prize book for 2024.

Subject: A farm or Fall Scene.

POSTER CONTEST

Entries must be received by Wednesday June 28, 2023.
2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Fair Office Building

PRIZES: 1st - $4.50, 2nd - $3.50, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.50
The winner will be sent on to District 6 for the next level of competition.
Theme: Advertisement for Rockton Fair
The name and date of the 2022 fair must be clearly shown on the poster.
Minimum 23 cm x 28 cm - Maximum 28 cm x 44 cm.

Entries must be mounted on cardstock or bristol board with a 5 cm border to be eligible for entry into the Regional and Provincial Competitions.
Sponser: OAAS

PC1 - JK & SK
PC2 - Grades 1 & 2
PC3 - Grades 3 & 4
PC4 - Grades 5 & 6
PC5 - Grades 7 & 8

Entries must be received by Wednesday June 28th, 2023

2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Fair Office Building

 

Shopping Cart
Scroll to Top