WIAA Seeks Entries for 5th Annual Student Video PSA Contest
The video public service announcement must feature the benefits of interscholastic sports such as how athletics partners with the traditional education curriculum to provide the total education experience, sportsmanship, school spirit derived from athletics, aspirations and benefits of participation and/or benefits of membership in the WIAA. The presentation must integrate the role the WIAA has in the high school sports experience. The best videos will be selected based on their creativity, originality of content and ability to inspire.\
Please distribute this information for a fun and educational opportunity to the appropriate individuals or departments in your school. Links to contest rules and forms are provided below. If you have any questions regarding the contest’s rules or guidelines, please contact the WIAA office at (715) 344-8580 or by email <email@example.com>
Invitation Letter to Schools
Video PSA Rules, Guidelines & Entry Permission Forms
Video PSA Promotional Flyer
WESTOSHA CENTRAL VIDEO SELECTED AS WINNER OF 2013 PSA CONTEST
A video created and submitted from Westosha Central High School in Salem, Wis., is the winner of the fourth annual WIAA Public Service Announcement Video Contest, which offers a student’s perspective of the benefits of interscholastic athletics through membership in the WIAA.
Westosha Central student Garrison Asma created and produced the video titled ”Stronger As We Go,” which portrays the dedication and drive of today’s student-athletes in improving through perseverance and effort. Tiffany Blease was the advisor to the project.
Watch the video on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/O5rDGuyvKU0 or at the iframe in the right column.
Videos receiving honorable mention were “Play Like Champions” created by Vince Pintarro, Hunter Hart, Coty Gular and Connor Shepherd of Tomah High School; “Strength of the Pack” by Kaela Huber of Ashland High School; “Worth It” by Kendall Motzkus and Tyler Passineau of West Bend East/West High Schools; and “Student-Athletes” by Paul Theodoroff, Morgan Ross and Travis Waibel of Sheboygan North High School.
The videos were judged based on creativity, quality, ability to inspire and a number of other categories. The contest involves interested students in any academic discipline to partner for a multi-media experience detailing the relationship the WIAA has with member schools, their students, their communities and fans of high school athletics. Members of the WIAA Executive Staff and PlayOn! Sports evaluated and judged the contest.
All member schools were permitted to enter one or more videos in the contest. The winning video and selected honorable mention videos submitted in the correct formats with appropriate and completed consent forms will receive recognition of participation. Selected videos will also be posted on the WIAA’s YouTube site and played at available video display boards at venues of future State Tournaments. In addition, each school and student entering the contest receive a certificate.
The membership of the WIAA oversees interscholastic athletic programs for 506 senior high schools and 65 junior high/middle level schools in its membership. It will sponsor 25 championship tournament series in 2012-13. For more information, please contact the WIAA office at (715) 344-8580.
Video PSA Rules & Entry Forms
NCAA Eligibility Info
Rules Meetings & Exams
NFHS HS Today
Guide for Officials
Become an Official
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