Hartley, IA (KICD)--Voting is open to the public as 23 videos are submitted by school districts across the state ahead of the Governor’s Anti-Bullying Summit.
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Counselor Kim Spier tells KICD News that a group of 7th graders decided to enter the contest.
Spier says that the contest is based off of online video views.
All 23 videos approved to be in the contest went live on Monday and will be taken down next Wednesday.
The winner and finalists for the video contest will be notified on November 26th with the winner unveiled at the Governor’s Anti-Bullying Summit the following