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Student Work Gallery

CBEI's World Water Day celebrations include an exhibit of entries into the Celebrate Water! contest. Students submit photos, artwork, maps, dioramas, and videos that address one of four themes: Celebrate Water, Spread the Word, Citizen Science and Civic Action, and Act Locally-Think Locally. A sample of the work included in the gallery:

World Water Day 2021

Boquet Valley School Entry


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Champlain Elementary School Entries






Hunt Middle School Entry




Keene Central School Entries





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Camel's Hump Middle School Entry



World Water Day 2020

Photo gallery of contest entries

Thank you to our World Water Day 2020 participating classrooms: Keene Central School Grades K-4 and 5-6, Burlington High School City and Lake Semester, and CP Smith School grade 4. We look forward to receiving even more student entries to share with the public in March 2021! Enjoy the gallery of student work!

Previous World Water Day Entries (2014-2019)

Photo gallery, multiple entries

Blue-green Algae Movie (video), Sheila Chairvolotti, Grade 6, 8 and 10, Chairvolotti Home School, Grand Isle, VT.

Evil Oil Song (video), Patricia Hurlburt and Megan Wellford, Grade 3 and Grade 6 team, Keene Central School, Keene, NY.

The Geologic History of Lake Champlain (video), Aziza Malik, Grade 4, Champlain Elementary, Burlington, VT.

Photo gallery, multiple entries

The Four Seasons of Lake Champlain (video), Aziza Malik, Grade 5, Champlain Elementary School, Burlington, VT

Lake Champlain Acrostic Poem (video), Aziza Malik, Grade 5, Champlain Elementary School, Burlington, VT

All in for Water Quality (video), Matthew Allen, Grade 7-8, St. Albans City School, VT.

Water Story Quilt, Patricia Hurlburt & Megan Wellford, Grades 3,6, Keene Central, NY.