Is your principal or vice principal out there in the edublogosphere? If so, wouldn’t it be awesome to have an EGUSD administrator join the ranks of bloggers who have been added to Scott McCloud‘s growing Moving Forward wiki, such as elementary school principal Vincent Baxter, middle school principal Chris Lindholm, and high school principal Patrick Larkin?
If your EGUSD principal or vice principal is not out in the edublogosphere yet, how about nominating him/her for a free Edublogs Supporter Level account? We (2WebWatchers) will provide any training and support needed.
The nomination process is very simple. Click on our comment link, and complete the statement below – inserting his/her name and why you think he or she would make good use of this powerful web 2.0 technology tool.
I nominate ______________ to become an Edublogs Supporter because I know he/she will __________________________________________________________.”
We will be selecting three winners from your nomiations. Good luck!
PS – We moderate (approve) all comments, but within a few hours, you should see your comment go “live.”
EGUSD student filmmakers were honored the evening of December 16, 2008, for their participation in the district’s First Annual Internet Safety Video Contest.
U.S. Attorney McGregor Scott and the EGUSD Board of Education recognized 27 EGUSD students for their work on their Internet safety videos. First place and honorable mention awards were given for Elementary, Middle and High School categories.
Based on the success of this year’s contest, we look forward to it becoming an annual event.
To view the winning videos, please visit the Spotlight story on the EGUSD website.
The entry deadline for our EGUSD Internet Safety Video Contest is October 31, 2008, at 5:00 p.m. Entries must be submitted to the EGUSD Communications Department located at Robert L. Trigg Education Center, 9510 Elk Grove‐Florin Road, 95624. For more information, please view our original contest post.
If you have any questions about the contest, email us at 2Webwatchers@egusd.net.
The Elk Grove Unified School District, in collaboration with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, is proud to announce the 2008 Internet Safety Video Contest. Students in grades 4-12 are invited to produce a video that promotes the safe and ethical use of the Internet.
Students can choose from four categories – PSA (public service announcement), School News & Events, Instructional/How To and Documentary. All entries, with the exception of PSAs, cannot exceed three minutes. A PSA entry cannot exceed one minute. Video titles and credits are not included in the time limit. Awards will be given in three grade-level divisions – 4-6, 7-8 and 9-12 – at an awards ceremony on December 16, 2008.
We invite you to download the contest flyer, guidelines, and entry form – and get started with your video production! Please leave us a comment if you have questions or need additional information about the contest.