Thursday, December 27, 2012
Teens living in Rockwood School District boundaries can enter public service announcements by Jan. 22. Winners will be featured locally as well as on MTV, MTV2 and Nick.
Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition staffers are hosting an "As Seen by Teens" public service announcement (PSA) and poster contest about preventing substance abuse. Entries must be submitted by Jan. 22. To be eligible, students must attend school or live in the Rockwood School District. Winning entries will be featured at Six Flags St. Louis, schools, city halls, fitness centers and on TV channels, including MTV, MTV2 and Nick. First, second and third place prizes, and the People's Choice Awards, will be observed for the best high school and middle school PSAs and posters. A judging and awards ceremony will be held Feb. 20 at B&B Theatres in Wildwood. Rules are: Click here for the contest submission form.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
More than 100 students in the Rockwood School District submitted entries for the "As Seen By Teens" substance abuse prevention contest.
More than 100 local high school and middle school students submitted entries to the Rockwood School District's first "As Seen By Teens" substance abuse prevention pubic service announcement and poster contest, district representatives announced Wednesday. Among the winners was Marquette High School student Josh Gardiner of Ballwin, who received the People’s Choice award for his PSA. Entries were judged at the event's awards ceremony, sponsorerd by the Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition, which took place Feb. 23 at B&B Theaters. Contest judges included: Pamela Senti, former Art Department Chair at Lafayette High School; Mary James-Herold, owner of MJH Advertising Agency; Bill Hency, Sales Director of DDI Media; Heather Haymart, owner of …
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Friday is deadline for this drug prevention-oriented contest sponsored by the Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition.
Rockwood community students in grades six through 12 can enter a local, first-ever contest about substance abuse. The contest is being sponsored by the Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition, and is open to students throughout the Rockwood School District area, including students in private and home school educational programs. Rockwood students from the immediate Ballwin and Ellisville areas—specifically Crestview Middle School, Selvidge Middle School, Lafayette High School and Marquette High School—automatically are eligible. The idea for this contest was started at the end of October to engage students in community prevention, said Jenny Armbruster, Eastern Regional Support Center coordinator for the Missouri Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse …