Winners of the 2013 Nebraska ESU/AG Internet Safety & Digital Citizenship Poster and PSA Contest
The ESUs of Nebraska in partnership with the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office annually sponsor an Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship Poster and PSA (Public Service Announcement) Contest for students in K-12 public and non-public schools in Nebraska. Schools may submit one entry in each of three grade levels (K-4, 5-8 and 9-12) and in one of five categories: Hand-drawn Poster, Computer-generated Poster, audio PSA, video PSA, or Other (creative works that don’t fit into the previous four categories).
The following entries were selected as the 2013 Nebraska winners.
·Computer-Generated Poster – Vivian Slagle (Grade 3) Sargent Public Schools, Sargent NE
·Open – Sam Russell, Carter Hunt, Ann Bose, Sara Scarrow, Laurel Stadler, Sophie Grillli, Brenna Balderston, Teramyah Ruskamp, Aliyah Bowers, Mabel Olivas, Gabe Grove, Madeline Gudino, Kaylan Kappers, Sarah Holste, McKenzie Hunt, Jesse Hargett, Jack Benson, Maddy Whetstine (Grade 1) Southern Valley Elementary, Oxford NE
·Hand-drawn Poster – Jose Amaya (Grade 5) of Knickrehm Elementary, Grand Island NE
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