The state launches a jingle contest on Covid-19 vaccines among schools

South Carolina has launched a jingle contest for K-12 students, challenging them to write a song promote vaccination against Covid-19 and offer thousands of dollars per winner.

The Department of South Carolina of Education (SCDE) and the Department of South Carolina of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced the ‘Sing it to win it’ campaign this week, encouraging students “To channel their creativity for a vaccine against COVID-19 campaign” and produce a short song praising the virtues of vaccination against COVID-19.

The campaign offers thousands in funds for the music programs of the prime three schools.






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Students in the state has until January 31 to submit in from 15 to 30 second jingle. First place will receive $ 10,000 for their schools music program, second will receive $ 5000 and the third will receive $ 3000. The winners will be announced in Based on February on social media vote, and the chosen jingle, which will be professionally recorded, will be play in spring as a part of a radio campaign promote vaccinations.

Superintendent of State of Education Molly Spearman She said the campaign it’s a way to get students “involved” And use their “creativity” to promote vaccines. Over 50% of adults in South Carolina is fully vaccinated.

The campaign’S website affirmations “no one wants to hear a lesson from an adult about why it matters for students to get vaccinated “. That’s why having students behind the message, them add, and the “best way finish virtual learning and quarantines for all.”

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