Every year, thousands of Orange County Public School students showcase their artistic talent through OUC’s Water Color Project, an education outreach initiative that seeks to inspire students in fourth and fifth grade to create artwork depicting water conservation-related themes. Approximately 113 students from 13 elementary schools submitted entries. OUC employees selected 13 submissions for the 2022 calendar based on originality, artistic skill, water conservation message or slogan, and suitability for reproduction in the calendar. The other 12 entries will represent the months of the year.

Over the past 15 years, more than 100 elementary schools and over 25,000 fourth and fifth graders have participated in the annual calendar contest. More than 5,000 calendars are distributed each year.

Complimentary calendars are available while supplies last. Pick one up today at OUC’s Reliable Plaza, 100 West Anderson Street, Orlando, FL 32801.

 Click here to view the winners gallery. 

Kaelean P., a fifth grade student at Arbor Ridge K-8 School, has been chosen as the winner of the OUC 2022 Water Color Project calendar cover contest.