Go Blue For Autism Awareness!

Be creative, be imaginative, and be bold!
Be creative, be imaginative, and be bold!
The Niagara Falls may be a little out of our league, but you get the idea!
The Niagara Falls may be a little out of our league, but you get the idea!

For the sixth year in a row, Autism Speaks will be hosting Light It Up Blue on World Autism Awareness Day on Thursday, April 2nd. Light It Up Blue is a campaign to honor people with autism worldwide.  Each year thousands of buildings are lit up and events are held to help with the campaign!

Here in our South Huntington School Community you can be a part of this international campaign. We are holding a contest to see who can show off their most creative ‘Light It Up Blue.’ Be creative, be imaginative, and be bold!


Submit your photos by 4/7 to

lightitupblue@shufsd.org

An official panel will judge the photos after Spring Recess and awards will be given out. All of the entries will be featured on the district's website.


How will you Light It Up Blue? Learn more about the campaign at www.autismspeaks.org/LIUB