Access Sacramento’s Third Annual High School PSA Competition Announces Winners in Sewer, Traffic and Utility Categories
Three students taking Animation 3 and STEM Media at Franklin High School won first, second and third place awards respectively in the third annual Access Sacramento Public Service Announcement (PSA) Competition. Jacob Sullivan earned first place and a $100 cash prize for “F.O.G. Tips” for the Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD). Erika Rylander took second place and a $50 cash prize for “Trash’em, Don’t Flush’em”, also for SASD. Mathew Jacinto placed third, earning a $25 cash award, with his PSA, “In A Second”, for the California Office of Traffic Safety. Animation 2 student, Jacob Bru, who also attends Franklin High School, won an Award of Merit. The three top winners will each appear on Access Sacramento’s Live Wire show on May 3 at 5:00 p.m., where they will receive their cash prize.
Eleven schools participated in this year’s competition submitting 105 entries. Students were asked to create a 30 second spot for any one of the three participating governmental agencies: Sacramento Area Water District, Sacramento Municipal Utility District and the California Office of Traffic Safety.
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