Through Your Eyes Multimedia Contest

Through Your Eyes Multimedia Contest

The Through Your Eyes Multimedia Student Contest is a unique opportunity for everyone in the Klein ISD to celebrate the extraordinary technology skills of our students and teachers.

All Klein ISD students (K-12) are invited to participate!

General Entry Information


Entries are due no later than 1 p.m. on Friday, January 13, 2017.


  • All entries will be multi-media and must follow the topic/theme provided.
  • Students K-2 may have adult supervision and help with content, but the product and end result must be student produced.
  • All entries must meet Copyright guidelines to be eligible. Entries violating Copyright guidelines will be disqualified. Guidelines are posted below.
  • Previous entries, or any part thereof, may not be submitted.
  • Each campus will review and select the best entries to forward to the Foundation. Each elementary campus may submit 2 entries for grades K-2 and 2 entries for grades 3-5, each intermediate campus may submit 3 entries, and each high school may submit a total of 4 entries.
  • Entries may be submitted in the language the student is most comfortable working.
  • Entries will be evaluated by review panel of volunteer judges.
  • Winners will be recognized at a district-wide event to be held on the evening of Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 7 p.m. at the Klein ISD Multipurpose Center.
  • The scoring guide can be viewed here: Scoring Guide

Please review these 4 tabs before submitting

Submitted videos should focus on these overall themes. Themes are different for each age group.
Grades K-2 – My Friends
Grades 3-5 – Sharing
Grades 6-8 – Being Unique
Grades 9-12 – Taking a Stand
All entries should include audio and visual.

K-2
Final file should be in PowerPoint (.ppt or .pptx format)
Audio and graphics required

3-5
Final file should be in PowerPoint (.ppt or .pptx format)
Audio and graphics required (video may be used in addition to graphics, but video is not required)

6-8 – Groups can cross grade lines.
Final file should be in PowerPoint (.ppt or .pptx format) or video (.mp4 or .mov) format
Audio and graphics required (video recommended but not required)

9-12 – Groups can cross grade lines.
Final file should be in video (.mp4 or .mov) format
Audio and video required

More info

  • Entries must be in designated formats and must run on a Klein ISD standard computer with the regular classroom standard software load.
  • Entries must not require special sites, programs, or add-ons other than what is on standard computer to view. Entries created in Google Slides need to be downloaded as PowerPoint files and saved.
  • Products may be produced by groups at the secondary levels (groups winning first place will receive Medals & Barnes & Noble Gift Cards:
    • 6-8, no more than 2 students involved in the project production. Actor/actresses do not count toward that number.
    • 9-12, no more than 3 students involved in the project production. Actor/actresses do not count toward that number.
All first place presentations will be shown as part of the auditorium program on February 2, 2017.

1st place – Medal and Barnes & Noble Gift Card
2nd place – Medal and Barnes & Noble Gift Card
3rd place – Medal and Barnes & Noble Gift Card

Images (Pictures, photographs, illustration, charts, etc.)

  • No more than 5 images by an artist or photographer
  • Not more than 10% or 15 images, whichever is less, from a single published collected work
  • Single chart, graph, diagram, cartoon, or picture from a book or periodical
  • Make sure to cite your source(s) for the images you use
  • If you want to use more or make alterations, you need permission from the creator

Motion Media (movie, TV show, video clip, etc.)

  • Up to 10% or 3 minutes, whichever is less, of a single motion media work
  • Make sure to cite your source(s) for the motion media you use
  • If you want to use more or make alterations, you need permission from the creator

Music (instrumentals, songs, lyrics, etc.)

  • Up to 10% or 30 seconds, whichever is less, of a song or musical work
  • Make sure to cite your source(s) for the music you use
  • If you want to use more or make alterations, you need permission from the creator

Text Media (articles, essays, poems, stories, data tables, etc.)

  • Up to 10% or 1000 words, whichever is less, of a single copyrighted text
  • Entire poem less than 250 words, but not more than 3 poems by 1 poet, or 5 poems by different poets from a single anthology
  • Up to 250 words from a poem with more than 2,500 words, but no more than 3 excerpts from a single anthology
  • 2 pages from a picture book with less than 2,500 words
  • Up to 10% or 2500 fields or cells, whichever is less, of a database or data table
  • Make sure to cite your source(s) for the text media you use
  • If you want to use more or make alterations, you need permission from the creator

Remember…

  • Always cite your sources.
  • Copyright symbols © don’t have to be present for items to be copyright protected.
  • If in doubt, ask the copyright owner for permission.
Submit Your Entry
(Principal’s Approval Required Before Submitting)

2016 Winners


11-12
1 Chazz Padilla and Ian Tonroy from Klein High School
2 Alex Aldaba, Stephanie Nguyen and Aaliyah-Marie Lleverino from Klein Forest High School
3 Nisha Hackett from Klein Forest High School

9-10
1 Ezinne Iwuanyanwu and Kim Nguyen from Klein Forest High School
2 Kierra Singleton-Greene, Jessica Shelton, Keyuna Williams from Klein Forest High School

6-8
1 Forrest Sun from Doerre Intermediate
2 Maya Poduval from Doerre Intermediate
3 Brandon Wu from Doerre Intermediate

3-5
1 Henry Haskin from Mittelstadt Elementary
2 Phoenix Kellogg from Mittelstadt Elementary
3 Nathan Daquinag from Schultz Elementary

K-2
1 Alex Everett from Schultz Elementary
2 Kylie Leonard from Schultz Elementary
3 Layla Sanchez, Brooks Ponshock, John Degracia from Kohrville Elementary