Ferris students' video wins $1,500 | Schools
Creativity and energy efficiency have come together to earn a technology grant for Ferris High School thanks to a short video produced by a student team in Avista’s annual Every Little Bit Video Contest.
High school students were given the opportunity to create short videos demonstrating the importance of energy efficiency practices and its benefit for the environment. More than 50 videos were submitted to Avista for judging with students also promoting online voting for their video.
The Viewers' Choice award was “Be Bolt,” a video created by Ferris High School students Mark Balabanov, Colin Calvert and Irina Peregudova. Each received an Apple iPod Nano and their school received a $1,500 technology grant.
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