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Doodle for Google

May 12, 2021

Vote TODAY for Maine!

Scarborough High School senior, Kelly Dodge, is the State of Maine winner in the Doodle for Google Scholarship competition! Congratulations Kelly! The theme this year was inner strength. She titled her doodle “perseverance of passions”. In Kelly’s description, she wrote, “During the pandemic, finding time and energy to do the things I love has been very challenging. This doodle represents me still having the strength to do what I’m passionate about in these tough times.”

Kelly’s artwork now moves on to the National Competition. She is one of 54 finalists in the entire country and now she is competing against all of the other state winners. The top prize is a $30K scholarship for Kelly AND a gift of $50K worth of technology equipment to the school! They are also awarding $5K scholarships to the next four highest vote-getters.

There is a live online voting period from May 10-15 that will determine the winner. Here’s where we need your help! We need to spread the word on this, not only within our school & district, but also throughout the state of Maine. Please share the link with your friends, family, and professional organizations. Let’s get Kelly some votes!

Vote for Winning Doodles until Friday 5/15 at 11:59 pm PT.

VOTE FOR KELLY’S DOODLE

You’ll need to select the “Grades 10-12” button. That will take you to a series of doodles, starting with Alabama. Scroll down to MAINE. Click on Kelly’s doodle.

Congratulations also to Kelly’s art teacher Erin Landry-Fowler, Scarborough High School.

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Doodle 4 Google

November 4, 2016

Your Google canvas

Image credit, Google

Image credit, Google

The time has come once again to engage your students in an exciting challenge – create and submit an idea for the Google homepage. The theme this year is What I See for the Future.

What does the future look like? Are cities built in the clouds? Is it a place where everyone gets along – even cats and dogs? Or maybe a world where nobody ever gets sick? With the Google homepage as their canvas, young artists are invited to reach into their imagination and share what they see for the future. The winner’s artwork will be featured on the Google homepage.

Students in grades K-12 are invited to take part in the 2016 Doodle 4 Google contest, and create a doodle that tells the world “What I see for the future.” From crayons to clay, graphic design, or even food, young artists can utilize any materials to bring their creation to life. Like all Google Doodles, each doodle must incorporate the letters G-o-o-g-l-e. One national winner will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship. The contest DEADLINE is December 2, 2016.

Enter a Doodle by CLICKING HERE. Read about Maine’s 2014 winner by CLICKING HERE.

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Doodle for Google

February 2, 2012

In case you missed it, Doodle 4 Google 2012 is off to the races. As in past years, Google invites student artists in grades K-12 to use their creative imagination to redesign their logo. This year’s theme i:

“If I could travel in time, I’d visit…”

The lucky D4G winner will not only see their artwork on Google’s homepage for one day, but they will also receive $30,000 for college and $50,000 for their school–and as an added bonus, the winning artwork will also appear on a special edition of Crayola’s iconic 64 box!

Even more exciting, the 5 Maine State Finalists and the 5 runners up will all see their artwork displayed at the Maine Discovery Museum for all to enjoy!

To learn more and find out how to get involved, visit www.doodle4google.com today. Submissions are due March 23, 2012 so there’s not a moment to lose.

Last year Maine had many artists who made it to the final 400 and Morgan Forrest, who was a 9th grader at Brewer High School’s art work was chosen as one 40 finalists. Art teacher Lori Spruce was very proud!

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