Thursday, July 11, 2013

Need a Summer Project? Make a Video to Share What’s Super about Public Schools & Compete in Video Contest

July 1, 2013

Got a camera with video capability? If so, you and your friends can create a video and compete to win the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) student video contest. The contest invites all Virginia elementary and secondary level public education students to share the things they like about their school. Based on the theme, “What’s Super about Public Schools,” contestants should submit a 30-second video clip that promotes the value of Virginia’s public education and emphasizes the positive aspects of public schools. It can be in any format, such as a commercial, news broadcast, music video, etc. The video can feature people, photographs, animation—whatever best demonstrates the concept in a way that is clear, compelling, and real.
See the flyer for full details and submission information. Submission forms must be submitted to VSBA. All videos must be uploaded to the Internet and then submitted as follows: email your name, school name, school division, and the URL of your uploaded video to Submit the Student Video Contest Submission Form, attached to the flyer, by downloading and completing the form and sending by email to the above address or by US mail to VSBA Student Video Contest, 200 Hansen Road, Ste. 2, Charlottesville, VA 22911. Visit (click here to access details and forms about the VSBA Video Contest). Submissions are due by Monday, October 1.
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