Student video contest


Boardman Local (Mahoning) Wins Seventh Annual OSBA Stand Up for Public Schools Student Video Contest 

With 44 out of a possible 48 points, the winner of the 2018 OSBA Stand Up for Public Schools Student Video Contest is Boardman Local (Mahoning) Schools. Upper Sandusky EV came in second and North Canton City was the third-place finisher.

The contest is part of OSBA’s Stand Up for Public Schools promotional campaign and is open to high school and junior high students in OSBA-member districts.

Schools were invited to submit a video (maximum length is 90 seconds) that conveys the contest’s theme — Stand up for Ohio Public Schools. The top three videos win prizes for their respective schools and will be featured at OSBA’s Capital Conference and Trade Show in November.

In 2018, 63 videos were entered into the contest by Ohio students expressing their thoughts and ideas on how public schools make a difference. The three winning videos are posted at https://www.ohioschoolboards.org/osba-student-video-contest.

Each weekday until OSBA’s Capital Conference on Nov. 11, OSBA will also feature other contest entry videos below and on its social media channels.

Ashtabula Area City Schools’ Lakeside High School

 

Barnesville EV‘s Barnesville High School (#2 of 6 entries)

Canton City‘s McKinley Senior High School (#4 of 4 entries)

Cardinal Local‘s (Geauga) Cardinal High School

Delaware Area Career Center

Delaware City‘s Delaware Hayes High School (#1 of 10 entries)

Eastland-Fairfield CTC

Columbus City’s Fort Hayes Career Center

Geneva Area City