Four Jackson County Schools share PRIDE education awardJune 26, 2012 by clackey
Annville Christian Academy, McKee Elementary School, Sand Gap Elementary School and Tyner Elementary School shared the PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award for participating in the Energy Oscars, which honored excellence in producing videos about the value of saving energy.
Students created four videos that promoted energy efficiency with great creativity and persuasiveness. They crafted scripts about why and how to use energy wisely. They acted out the scripts to produce two-minute videos. Jackson Energy edited the videos and made them available to the public at www.myjacksonenergy.com. The videos also will be broadcast by PRTC on the local cable Channel 9.
The PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award program recognizes creative, effective strategies for inspiring passion and action for the environment.
The Energy Oscars is an environmental education program created in partnership by Jackson Energy Cooperative) and PRIDE.