“I am incredibly impressed by the passion and commitment Herrington, Teravista, C.D. Fulkes, Success and Food Services have shown through the Breakthrough Video Challenge.”
The votes have been tallied, judges’ rulings are in for the Superintendent’s Breakthrough Video a challenge.
Herrington and Teravista elementary schools, C.D. Fulkes Middle School, Success High School and the Food Services Department have been named winners of the contest.
The winners will be treated to free breakfast for showcasing their Breakthrough plan for the 2015-2016 school year, explaining how it aligns with one of the Superintendent’s Challenges in a 90 second video.
“I am incredibly impressed by the passion and commitment Herrington, Teravista, C.D. Fulkes, Success and Food Services have shown through the Breakthrough Video Challenge,” said Dr. Steve Flores, Superintendent of Schools. “It’s an exciting time to be part of RRISD and I am proud to see students and staff work toward this Breakthrough year.”
Videos were judged based on three weighted criteria:
- Facebook likes on district page (weighted by campus enrollment),
- YouTube likes on district channel (weighted by campus enrollment), and
- a 10 point score by a three-judge panel of non-district staff/parents evaluating for creativity, originality and execution of of the prompt.