On Wednesday, Anderson County Schools superintendent Dr. Tim Parrott turned to social media to have students come up with an idea for, and to produce a video to announce the school would be closing on Thursday due to snow.
On Wednesday morning, Dr. Parrott tweeted a challenge to students in the district that read :’ “I need your help to make a video about being safe during bad weather…[The] winning video will be used to call off school the next time…Students I need your help to make a video about being safe during bad weather. Winning video will be used to call off school the next time. Rules: nothing dangerous, in good taste, 20 seconds long, end video with “this is the reason ACS will be closed tomorrow. use # ACSsnowday”
Dr. Parrott offered a $25 gift card to the best video.
Ultimately, four winners were chosen, all of which you can see at links in this story on our website..