Ridgeview Middle and Voigt Elementary schools were named finalists in the 2014 Celebrate Texas Public Schools (CTPS) Video Contest, sponsored by Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union and the Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA).
CTPS was started by the Masonic Lodges of Texas in 1950. TSPRA adopted the initiative to promote the profound contributions and achievements happening in public education and to encourage community involvement in schools. This year’s CTPS theme is “Leave Your Mark.”
Ridgeview’s video displayed images of campus life that set the foundation for future success of students, such as students reading, playing music and conducting science experiments.
Voigt’s video featured students asking peers and teachers, “What makes Voigt the place to be?” and highlighted the successes of math and literacy family nights.
Eight Round Rock ISD schools submitted videos for the TSPRA competition. Ridgeview and Voigt have advanced to the state round where they are eligible to win $1,000. State winners will be announced at the 2014 TSPRA annual conference February 18 through 20 in Austin.