Are you even thinking about participating in the Escondido Youth Media Festival for 2011? Then, right now, visit the Start Here page (left sidebar) for important information you need to know. There have been a few changes that you'll need to know about.

Adult Support (Parents, Teachers, etc.)

Parents, teachers, or other adults are welcome to encourage and give guidance to students preparing projects for the Escondido Youth Media Festival, but please follow the support guidelines laid out in the Adult Support page (left sidebar). You should also visit the Start Here page (left sidebar) so you understand what guidelines should be followed before submitting a project.

Escondido Youth Media Festival, 2011

It's almost time for the 2011 Escondido Youth Media Festival (EYMF)! In its third year, EYMF is a celebration of the creativity and 21st Century skills of elementary and middle school students from the Escondido Union School District (EUSD). 

Produced by the Escondido Education Foundation in partnership with the Escondido Union School District, the Festival promotes students' work in their home community and on a global platform. Put simply, there is a lot of good news to share, and we want you to see it firsthand!

Why is the Festival important? EUSD already has exciting preliminary data indicating that students' Information, Communications, and Technology Literacy has a dramatic effect on their academic achievement. By creating Video, Photography, and Music/Audio Media, EUSD students develop skills and master educational content in ways that far exceed expectations.