Irvine Public Schools Foundation Hosts Big Dream Video Contest
Middle and high school students in the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) are invited to participate in Irvine Public Schools Foundation’s (IPSF) Big Dream Video Contest from December 4 to January 8. IPSF believes that for middle and high school students, tomorrow leads to advanced education and career opportunities. If they dream it, they can make it real. Students are invited to share their dreams for the future through a 15 second creative video. Videos should reflect what the student hopes to accomplish in the future and how they see their future self.
Videos can be uploaded at ipsf.net/bigdream. Voting will take place January 1 to January 10. The first place winner with the most votes will receive The Princeton Review Ultimate Prep Course for ACT or SAT, provided by Princeton Review. The second place winner will receive Hoverboard Smart Balance Board, provided by Shop2Bitcoin. The third place winner will receive an Xbox One + The LEGO Movie Videogame Bundle and Xbox Live 12-Month Gold Membership, provided by Scott Emigh, Microsoft. The IUSD school with the most video submissions will also win a DJ & Photo Booth for the whole school during lunch, provided by VOX DJs and MCs and Vox DJs Photo Booths. For more information, visit https://ipsf.net/bigdream.
About Irvine Public Schools Foundation
Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) is a nonprofit organization with the mission of enriching the educational experience of each child in every school. Founded in 1996 by concerned parents and community leaders, IPSF sponsors enrichment programs and provides financial support to ensure a world-class education in Irvine schools. In addition, IPSF excels at uniting local corporate and community partners, parents and residents in raising funds to nurture student potential. Each year, IPSF provides millions in funding to Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) to support STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) education, small-group learning, after-school and summer programs, grants for classroom innovation, and support for athletic trainers and school nurses. For more information about IPSF, visit ipsf.net.