Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Internet Safety Contest Winners Announced

Wow! What a great turnout of entries for this year’s Internet Safety Contest! I am very pleased with the number of entries and also with the quality of work that went into the contest. I’d like to give a quick review the rules before describing the process of selecting ESU 4 entries to be judged at the State level. Each year, the ESU’s across the state host an Internet Safety Contest. There are several categories that students can enter in grades K-4, 5-8, or 9-12.

  • hand drawn poster
  • computer generated poster
  • audio public service announcement
  • video public service announcement
  • an open category

This year, we had an entry from each grade level, but not each category. Each school can have its own contest for everyone in each grade, and then decide which entry out of that category to send to ESU 4. My colleague and I enjoy looking over the entries and choosing who will represent ESU 4 at the State level.

The following entries were selected to represent ESU 4 at the State level. For their efforts, they will be receiving a certificate and a small prize for their hard work as well as recognition in the newsletter and on this blog.

K-4 hand drawn poster: Cody of Johnson-Brock


K-4 public service announcement video: Mrs. Smith’s class at Johnson County Central

video

5-8 hand drawn poster: Mrs. Reid’s 2nd hour enrichment class at Auburn Middle School


5-8 computer generated poster: Kolton of Johnson-Brock



5-8 public service announcement video: Mrs. Smith’s class at Johnson County Central

video


9-12 public service announcement video: Erin, Grahm, and Nathan at Johnson-Brock

video


Out of the entries above, the following were selected as the State winners. For their efforts, they will be receiving a certificate from the Attorney General’s office.
  • K-4 public service announcement video: Mrs. Smith’s class at Johnson County Central
  • 9-12 public service announcement video: Erin, Grahm, and Nathan at Johnson-Brock
Again, many thanks to all those that participated. To view all the winning entries from across the state, please visit http://goo.gl/vM1JE.

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