School Programs



Elementary and middle schools


The Collier County Supervisor of Elections office works with dozens of schools and thousands of students every year. We can provide a variety of offerings to your public, private or charter school, including:

  • Mock elections

  • Student government elections

  • Elections for Florida Reading Association Children’s Book Award program (grades K-2), Sunshine State Young Reader Award Jr. program (grades K-2) and the Sunshine State Young Reader Award program (grades 3-8)

  • Presentations by elections officials for groups of any size

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High schools


Our office can help your high schoolers with everything from elections to registering to vote. Some of the things we can provide include:

  • Voter registration drives

  • Participation in our High School Voter Registration Challenge, usually in the fall

  • Student government elections

  • Homecoming and prom court elections

  • Presentations by elections officials for groups of any size

  • After-school presentations/tours at our offices, for clubs and small groups

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Art for Democracy


Art for Democracy is an annual art contest hosted by the Collier County Supervisor of Elections office. The vision for Art for Democracy is to obtain, showcase and judge artwork that expresses what democracy means to our student artists in Collier County. There can be several facets to this expression including the many faces of democracy, preserving and promoting the democratic process or expressing the spirit of democracy. The 2017 Call For Entries will take place beginning October 5. Download the official flyer for more information or call the Supervisor of Elections office: (239) 252-8683. 

Winners of the 2016 Art for Democracy contest can be viewed here.

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High School Voter Registration Challenge


The High School Voter Registration Challenge is an annual event in which the Supervisor of Elections challenges local schools to register and pre-register students for future elections. This event traditionally takes place in the fall and the winners of previous challenges can be viewed here.

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Contact:


For questions, please contact Voter Education Coordinator Heather Wysocki at (239) 252-8805 or heatherdoane@colliergov.net.

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