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Project Reset Creative Project Contest

From phones and tablets to streaming movies and YouTube, tech and media are everywhere and here to stay. The benefits of living in a digital world are many – from connecting with family and friends, accessing information and entertainment to fostering creativity and so much more – but we also know that there are many negative aspects of using digital media, such as its impact on mental wellness, sleep, personal safety, learning and physical activity. To tackle some of these issues, students in grades 5-8 can participate in the Project Reset Creative Project Contest – an optional component where they create awareness and build messaging around the issues of unbalanced media use, meaningful vs. passive screen use and the impacts these have on health and well-being, through the medium of their choice.

PMH Health Promotion staff and their partners in Mental Health, Public Health and the Brandon School Division are super excited about all the amazing submissions they received from students in the Brandon School Division for the first round of the Project Reset Creative Project Contest. We received posters, infographics, skits, speeches and animations, and it was an extremely difficult job to pick the winning projects!

Here are the winners and some of their submissions:

Grade 5/6 Poster Category

1st place – Margaret Luryshynets (Waverly Park School)
2nd place – Daisy Gao (Waverly Park School)
3rd place – Quinn Heise (Waverly Park School)

Grade 5/6 Video Category

1st place – Kirkcaldy Heights Grade 6 classroom
2nd place – Mahum Ahmed (Waverly Park School)
3rd place – Natalie Meadows (J.R. Reid School)

Grade 7/8 Poster Category

1st place – Katelyn Rossnagel and Ayla Thorvalson (Linden Lanes)
2nd place – Gigi Ma, Layne McBride and Jaycee Halliday (Linden Lanes)
3rd place – Kirkcaldy Heights Grade 7 classroom

Grade 7/8 Video Category

1st place – Colsyn Comis, Amitoz Sidhu, Ian Zhen, Daniel Jackson, Grady Sumner and Dexter Freeman
2nd place – Lauren McBride and Nathan Drummond
3rd place – Speeches from Kirkcaldy Heights Grade 7 class

For more information about Project Reset check out our webpage or contact Nikki Dean at [email protected].

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