8th Annual Student Art Contest

Hey, students! Time to get started on your works of art in preparation for our annual student art contest.

This year’s theme is All Things Wisconsin! This could mean seasons, things to do, places to see, people of Wisconsin, etc. Show us what comes to mind when you think of Wisconsin!

Monetary prizes will be awarded to 11 individual student winners, and the “Loeymae Lange Memorial Best in Show Award” will be given to one student artist whose art exemplifies originality, expression, use of artistic elements, principals of design, overall presentation of artwork, and message.

We will be accepting art from April 1–May 5, 2023. More information about the art contest, including contest rules, eligibility, and art entry information will be available on our Foundation website in the coming weeks.

Sponsored by WEA Member Benefits and WEA Member Benefits Foundation.

HEY, Badger fans! Nominate an outstanding educator

Nominate yourself or another deserving Wisconsin public educator to be recognized with an Outstanding Educator Award. Winners will be recognized at a UW sporting event in winter/spring of 2023.

Enter at uwbadgers.com/outstandingeducator. Proud Partner of Wisconsin Athletics!

Congratulations to our Fall 2022 class of outstanding educators!

Jill King

10.1.22 | Football game: Jill King from Green Bay Area School District










Dustin Anderson

11.5.22 | Football game: Dustin Anderson from Wisconsin Rapids School District

Sarah Kopplin

11.11.22 | Volleyball game: Sarah Kopplin from Shorewood School District

Greg Vossekuil

11.15.22 | Men’s basketball game: Greg Vossekuil from Evansville School District

Financial trivia!

Take a little break and test your financial knowledge!

1. Currency is made of a combination of:
A. Wood pulp and cotton
B. Wool and silk fiber
C. Linen and burlap
D. Cotton and linen

2. The largest U.S. note ever printed was worth:
A. $10,000
B. $20,000
C. $50,000
D. $100,000

3. Which of these is NOT a security feature of U.S. currency?
A. Color-shifting ink
B. Magnetic strip
C. Image of the pyramid
D. Red and blue fibers

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Answers:   1. D     2. D    3. C

Source: FederalReserveEducation.org