How cool would it be to see your child’s art project inside Valley Metro’s 2020 Transit Education Calendar?


Third graders across Maricopa County have a chance to express themselves artistically through Valley Metro’s 15th annual Cool Transit Stuff Art Contest. Through their artwork, students also help the environment as part of the pollution solution.

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This year’s theme is Ride Valley Metro, it’s a new journey every day. “The contest is intended to connect with the community and show current and future transit riders how it’s fun to ride to great places in the Valley,” said Helen Romesburg, Valley Metro’s Transit Education Coordinator. It also shows how riding the bus and light rail, “helps Planet Earth one ride at a time.”

The students’ artwork appears in the Transit Education calendar. The calendar is printed by Valley Metro and is distributed free at events and presentations. The third graders' artwork is also posted on the school outreach web page at https://www.valleymetro.org/cool-transit-stuff-art-contest for the coming year.

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All winners receive a prize package. The Best of Show winner also gets a pizza party for their class and a Valley Metro city bus visit.


Don’t wait. Start thinking about your art project because the deadline for submissions is October 18, 2019. Entry forms and more information can be found at https://www.valleymetro.org/cooltransit-stuff-art-contest.

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Mark Carlson Valley Metro
Mark Carlson
Operations Communications Specialist
Mark Carlson brings 40 years of newsroom experience to his new position including working as a newsroom supervisor for 23 years with The Associated Press in Washington, D.C. and Phoenix. In addition to serving as a writer, editor, anchor and reporter for radio stations in Phoenix and Los Angeles, he also worked as a television assignment editor and digital news writer and editor in Phoenix and Baltimore. Mark attended Arizona State University majoring in sociology, communications and religion.