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The Winners for Reel
School's Ky PSA 2008!
Thanks to our judges for their
Reel School also thanks the
Kentucky Center for School Safety,
our partner for this year.
View all of the
Ky PSA 2008 Videos.
Just a reminder...only those
videos passing the "First Tier" screening are viewable
complete list of the videos which did not make it are also
available from the above link (without videos). Some details...
- Flash is the web delivery
format this year.
is a sensitive topic which can lead to issues relating to
violence. The creativity of the students working on these videos
(especially high school students) have produced some potentially
disturbing images and implied circumstances - these videos
should be previewed before using them in any setting, and
not be appropriate to very young students.
Contact me if anything
Here are the videos from last
The Hall of
- Elementary: “Do you know what
having a disability feels like?” – STLP, Collins Elementary
- Middle: “Amanda“ - Lebanon Middle
STLP, Lebanon Middle (Mary Ruth Hogan)
- High: “Pictures Speak Louder Than
Words” - WPLD, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (Alicia
- Elementary: “Assistive Technology
Completes the Puzzle” - Robt. D. Johnson Elementary, Ft.
Thomas Ind. Schools (Dennis Daniel)
- Middle: “Fighting Autism Together“
- Newburg Middle School Video Production Crew, Newburg
Middle School (Anne Howard)
- High: “Help is an ipod away” -
Multi-media/technology class, Beechwood High School (Dawn
- Elementary: “AT @ JRA” - James R
Allen Primary (Allison Doutaz)
- Middle: “A Day in the Life of
Caleb Hazel “- Bardstown Middle School (Laura Greenwell)
- High: “Making Possibilities
Unlimited” - HCEC-TV, Central Hardin High School (Gina Ryan)
2007's contest topic was
special needs students, with a focus on assistive
Kentucky PSA 2008 Video Contest
is offered in coordination with
Harrison, Kentucky Department of Education's state
Student Technology Leadership Program Coordinator. Our awards
ceremony will be on May 8th, as a part of the STLP Competition
in Lexington, KY.
What is it? It's a Kentucky-wide video contest for
students, classes, and student organizations!
What does the video have to be about? The topic varies
from year to year. Each year we partner with a different
state/national non-profit organization. See our
Students page for more detail.
Who can enter? Any school
organization or class in Kentucky.
What can I win? Prizes vary from year to year. Past
contests distributed video camcorders and software.
How can I enter?
- If you are a student: Talk to the
teacher/advisor of your class or club/organization about producing a video
using this contest's
- If you are a teacher/advisor: You will register here.
Complete instructions will be available online soon.
What's the deadline? The deadline for submission is February 1. See
Timeline for details.
Who do I contact? Be sure to read the resources on this
site. See Contact Us
for whom you