LakotaTV, a student-led television network, is looking to receive votes for its video produced for the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund 2012 video contest.
The OCTF wanted videos produced by public, private, community and charter Ohio high schools, as well as career-tech center students, that were 30-to-60 seconds in length and were aimed to educate the general public about child abuse and neglect.
As part of the contest, the OCTF will award $5,000 to four schools. According to Lakota East junior Matthew King, who is involved with LakotaTV, the winners will be scored in six categories. One category is public votes.
The only way to vote and support LakotaTV in this contest is to “like” the video on its YouTube page.
For more information about the contest, visit jfs.ohio.gov/octf.