Video, poster contest highlights online safety for young people

The Boys & Girls Club first cyber bullying video and poster contest took place May 11, with a program headed by the Club’s very own Gideon For-mukwai, our TechSafe Coordinator. The contest was designed to get kids thinking about the consequences of their actions online, and how they can affect their peers.

Winning entries received spending credit to use toward their Boys & Girls Club sites, or schools – the contest was open to Club members, Washoe County School District students, and other organizations that participate in the TechSafe program.

Here are the winning video entries:

First Place: The Club at Hug High School

The Club at Hug from Boys & Girls Club, Hug High School.

First Runner-Up: Billinghurst Middle School

Second Runner-Up: Billinghurst Middle School

Untitled from Billinghurst Elementary School students.

Congratulations to all of our video contest winners!

Click these links to see our other contest entries:

From Boys & Girls Club members at the Donald W. Reynolds Facility teen site

From Boys & Girls Club members at the Neil Road Site

From Boys & Girls Club youth members at the Donald W. Reynolds Facility: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4.


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