With registration for the competition now closed, the CGA is happy to report that 29 schools have registered for the competition. That could mean as many as 145 student entries in the state final!
An illustrious panel of eleven judges has stepped forward to evaluate and rank the student entries, so we are all set for an exciting competition. Thank you to all of our volunteer judges!
Click here to see a map of schools registered for the competition.
The California Geographic Alliance is hosting an exciting statewide mapping showcase and competition that encourages middle (4th-8th grade) and high school (9th-12th grade) students to harness the power of Geographic Information Systems and get connected with their state by producing an online map that focuses on stories, issues, or ideas that are important to them.
Registrations due March 15, 2017!
Go to the contest page for full details.
Thanks to the Northern California URISA Chapter and the California Geographic Information Association for their generous support of this effort!