Thanks to everyone who signed in support of Sandy Hook Elementary. It may be a small thing, but hopefully it makes each and every one of us feel like we did a small part in showing our love and condolences. Hopefully it also makes us all realize that we are lucky to have our school, our friends, our family and our safety!
Pictures to come!
‘Free to Tweet’ Contest
The “Free to Tweet” contest (the “Contest”) is a contest judged by experts in the area of First Amendment and freedom of expression. A prize is awarded to the best five (5) eligible entries. The contest is administered by the American Society of News Editors (“ASNE”).
- How to Participate: Contestant entries must be submitted via Twitter between the hours of 12:00:00 AM EST on December 1, 2012, and 11:59:59 PM PST on December 15, 2012, as follows: Entries must be submitted via a “Tweet” on the social networking site Twitter.
- Each Tweet must focus on one of the five freedoms of the First Amendment.
- Freedom of speech
- Freedom of the press
- Freedom of religion
- The right of assembly
- The right of petition
- The judges have the sole authority for determining the freedom addressed by each entry. The judges will then select one scholarship winner for each of the five designated freedoms.
- It must contain the hashtag #FreetoTweet (not case sensitive).
- Tweet must be self-contained; links will not be considered.
- Multiple entries are allowed via multiple Tweets.
- There is no limit on the number of entries from one person but each entry must be unique.
- All entries must be original creations by the submitter. Any quotations or copyrighted material contained in any submission must be properly identified as such. Failure to properly identify non-original materials will result in disqualification.
- There is no cost to enter the contest.