2011 MISSING CHILDREN'S DAY
May 25th was proclaimed National Missing Children's Day by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. The U.S. Department of Justice commemorates Missing Children's Day and each year since 2000, its Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention sponsors a National Missing Children's Day Poster Contest. The poster contest provides an opportunity for schools, law enforcement, and others to engage children in informative discussions about the problem of missing children and how to prevent it.
The following posters were submitted by Iowa 5th graders to the Iowa Missing Person Information Clearinghouse for consideration in the 2011 Missing Children's Day Poster Contest. Iowa's winning poster was sent to Washington, DC, for consideration in the national competition. To view information about the posters, click on the poster of interest.
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Last Updated: 03-31-2011 (JLR)