Thanks to your help, the San Francisco District Attorney’s “Bye Bye Bullying” Video Contest is inspiring youth to be creative and do something proactive to stop bullying in their schools.
Because of all the positive feedback we are getting about the contest, we’ve decided to extend the submission deadline to Friday, November 16.
San Francisco middle and high schools will now have until Friday November 16 to create a 60 second video of one of the following themes:
- What is Bullying? What does bullying and harassment mean to you?
- Effects of Bullying. What is the impact of bullying and harassment?
- Effective Ways to Respond to Bullying. What positive responses have teachers, administrators and/or classmates provided to address bullying and harassment at school?
Videos will be evaluated by a panel of Judges. Prizes include 2013 San Francisco Giants Tickets, a signed baseball by Barry Zito, Ipads, sailing lessons, and much more.
Contest winners will be announced on Dec 4th at a press event and winners will have their videos posted on the San Francisco District Attorney’s website as well as other websites.
For more information please visit our website at http://sfdistrictattorney.org/ or if you have any questions you may email us at Byebyebullying@sfgov.org or contact Stephanie Ong Stillman, Communications Director, (415) 553-1167.
If you could send this out to your networks, that would be great.
Rebecca J. Prozan, Esq.
Director of Community Relations
Office of District Attorney George Gascón