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The results are in on the third annual First Amendment Matters PSA contest

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SchoolJournalism.org’s third annual First Amendment Matters PSA contest had many great entries. 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. Entries went through three rounds of judging and now the results are in and our sponsors are excited to honor the winners.

Prize sponsors include:

The Grand Prize winner will receive:

  • 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.

The Runner Up and Honorable Mention 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.

 

 

Jenna Delfino, Jewell Cooper, Nadia Norton

The Grand Prize Winner is a PSA produced by Jenna Delfino, Jewell Cooper, Nadia Norton of Hammonton High School in Hammonton, New Jersey. Their adviser is Stacy Gerst.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kaden Meyer and Grace Bryson

The First Runner Up is a PSA produced by Kaden Meyer and Grace Bryson of Washington High School in Washington, Missouri. Their adviser is Michelle Turner. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jack Lackman, Colton Souders, and Zach Batson

Honorable Mention goes to Jack Lackman, Colton Souders, and Zach Batson of Washington High School in Washington, Missouri. Their adviser is Michelle Turner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kerstin Kell, Amanda Mortelliti, Victoria Scibilia, Danica Rudnesky

Honorable Mention goes to Kerstin Kell, Amanda Mortelliti, Victoria Scibilia, Danica Rudnesky of Hammonton High School in Hammonton, New Jersey. Their adviser is Stacy Gerst.

 

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