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 Cybersecurity Poster Contest 2023

Georgia K-12 public, private, and home-schooled students are invited to participate in the 2023 Cybersecurity Poster Contest. This contest is sponsored by Georgia Leaders of Educational Technology (GLET). The first-place finalist will receive a prize and a chance to meet State School Superintendent Richard Woods.

Poster Contest Information

  • Contest starts October 1, 2023 
  • Submit entry forms for school-level winners by 11 p.m. on November 3, 2023
  • GaDOE will announce poster winners in January 2024

Support Documents

​Suggested Cybersecurity Poster Topics

Theme: Keeping Georgia Kids Safe Online

Grades K-8

  • How should you treat others online?
  • What information is safe to put on social media and what should
    you keep private?
  • How should you handle unwanted attention or strangers online?
  • How can you select a strong password and keep it secure?
  • How can you handle cyberbullying?

​Grades 9-12

  • How can you preserve your online reputation or "digital footprint"
    on both social media and elsewhere on the Internet?
  • How should you handle unwanted attention or strangers online?
  • How can you select a strong password and keep it secure?
  • Why is it important to keep your devices and software up to date?
  • When is it safe to text and what information is safe to text?

Georgia Kids Safe Online 2023 GLET Poster Contest Rules


  • Original hand-drawn or electronically created submissions will be accepted. Hand-drawn submissions must be scanned.
  • Text should be dark and large enough to read.
  • Submissions may be in the format of either a full-page drawing or a 4-panel comic


Layout and Dimensions

  • Only landscape layout submissions will be accepted!
  • Minimum: 11"x 8.5"
  • Maximum: 14"x 11"


  • Do Not send any artwork that contains trademarked images or brands such as Disney Characters, Dell, Google, etc.
  • Do Not put any identifying information (such as student's full name or age) on the front of the poster.
  • Adults may offer minimum technical support but cannot aid in the creative process.
  • No professional (paid) assistance is allowed.
  • AI-generated art is prohibited.
  • Inappropriate or offensive language and images will cause a submission to be automatically disqualified.

Please Note

  • Students may use a variety of media, such as watercolor, pen and ink, crayon, chalk, or markers.
  • Brighter colors will reproduce better when printed.
  • Light pencil marks will not show up.
  • Keep in mind posters will likely be on public display and should be easy to see or read.

 Contact Information

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