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SchoolJournalism.org’s second annual First Amendment Matters PSA contest had many great entries. States represented in this contest included; South Carolina, Kentucky, California, New Jersey, Missouri, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Idaho, Utah, Michigan, and Texas.

Choosing a winner was not an easy task. Entries needed to follow the contest specifications that included, but was not limited to: following copyright laws, using original content, meeting the time requirement, and fully addressing the First Amendment.

The results are in and our sponsors are excited to honor the winners.

Prize sponsors include:

The Grand Prize will be:

  • A total of $100 in Amazon Gift Card(s) for the winners to use at their discretion.
  • A set of classroom posters and Video Coach DVDs for use by the sponsoring teacher.
  • A “swag bag” of a variety of goods from sponsors that may include, but is not limited to: T-shirts, office/school supplies, drawstring bags, etc.

Runners Up and Honorable Mentions will receive a “swag bag” of a variety of goods from our sponsors that may include, but is not limited to: T-shirts, office/school supplies, drawstring bag, etc.

 

The Grand Prize Winner is a PSA produced by Sydney Meyers, MadaLynn Rocha, Amanda Anderson, and Lauren Childers of Minarets High School (CA) titled “World Without the First Amendment.”

Sydney Meyers, MadaLynn Rocha, Amanda Anderson, and Lauren Childers of Minarets High School (CA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Runner up goes to a PSA produced by Zach Batson, Colton Souders, Payton Dubberke, and Lydia Juengling of Washington High School (MO) titled “Respect Their Rights.”

Zach Batson, Colton Souders, Payton Dubberke, and Lydia Juengling of Washington High School (MO)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Honorable Mention PSAs are as follows:

  • Five Freedoms” by Sophia Stowe and T.J. Sorgenfrei of Nixa High School (MO).
Sophia Stowe and T.J. Sorgenfrei

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tiara Jordan-Waller

 

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