I LOVE MY SCHOOL - SNOW DAY ACTIVITY





Since some of you are not able to travel to school because of the winter weather, why not invite your students to be part of our "I Love My School" Essay and Video Contest?


Have your students in grades K-2 and 3-5 submit an essay on why they love their school. Have your 6-8 and 9-12 create 3 minute videos on why they love their school. Judge the entries at a district level, and send your district overall winners to PREPS using our LMS system by March 20th.


We will then host a state-wide contest, and send our pics to compete at the national level to the National Rural Education Association. Prizes will be awarded for state winners by PREPS and national winners by NREA.


I LOVE MY SCHOOL CONTEST

SPONSORED BY PREPS/MSREA/NREA

This contest allows participants in for divisions: grades K-2 (state only) grades 3–5 (state and national), middle school (state and national), and high school (state and national). Grades K–5 may participate in a written essay contest using the provided prompt and rubric. Grades 6–12 may participate in a video essay contest using the provided prompt and rubric.


THE PROMPTS & REQUIREMENTS:


Grades K-5 will write a persuasive essay. Write a persuasive essay to encourage other students to attend your school. Explain why your school is the best. Why is your school so great that others would want to attend?

Grades 6-8 will create a video. Create up to a 3-minute advertisement campaign to encourage students to come to your community and attend your school. Videos should be no longer than 3 minutes. Grades 9-12 will create a video. Create up to a 3-minute advertisement campaign to encourage students to come to your community and attend your school. Videos should be no longer than 3 minutes.

Contests will be held at each school or district. Only overall winners in each category will be submitted to PREPS. Overall district winners will then compete at the state level. State winners will then compete at national level which is sponsored by the National Rural Education Association.


We will be send more information to superintendents about the process for submitting overall district winners.




Featured Posts