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OC Census Virtual Visual and Performing Arts Showcase

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​Because the pandemic has limited Census canvassing, many Orange County residents have yet to be counted. Census funding supports schools, healthcare, transportation and emergency services, as well as, distributes the number of government representatives throughout the United States. Through the Making My​ Community Count: OC Census Virtual Visual and Performing Arts Showcase, students learn about the importance of the Census and activate communities to participate in Census 2020 through social media.


Showcase Guidelines

  • ​​Learn about Census 2020. Below is information to help you write a social media post to activate people to participate.
  • Create media, for example, artwork, video, or a graphic to share with your community about Census 2020. Please limit videos to four minutes.
  • Your post should answer the question, How does the #2020census help my community?
  • Please post content on social media using the following hashtags: #2020census #OCstudents​count
    • ​​Deadline to submit artwork to social media and for judging is Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Post to your social media account or your guardian's social media as soon as possible and then​ submit to the Online Submission Form​. Be ready to explain your post in less than 100 words.

Who Can Participate?​​​​​

  • ​Any student who attends a public, private, charter or home school in Orange County can submit their post via social media and the Online Submission Form​.
  • If you are under 13, please ask your legal guardian to post via social media and help you with the Online Submission Form​.

Awards

  • ​All participants, students and teachers, will receive a certificate of participation and an Orange County Counts popsocket​​.
  • ​The first three teachers with at least ten student entries will receive a gift card to purchase $500 worth of materials for their classroom.
  • ​The top three student entries will receive a Chromebook and their work may be used in Orange County's census materials and community campaigns.​

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Emerging
Developing
Proficient
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Census Content
Post is about the #2020census.
Post is a call to participate in the #2020census.
​Post answers the question, How does the #2020census help my community?
​Post clearly answers the question, How does the #2020census help my community? And is a call to participate.
​Census Audience
​Entry may not speak to the #2020census directly.
​Entry speaks to the #2020census in general.
​Entry speaks to the ways that a group benefits from the #2020census.
​​Entry directly speaks to the ways that a specific group or community beneifts from the #2020census.
Message and Clarity
​Visual and/or audio elements are about the #2020census.
​Visual and/or audio elements support your message about the #2020census.
​Visual and/or audio elements support and enhance your message about the #2020census.
​​Visual and/or audio elements effectively support and enhance your message about the #2020census.
Accuracy
​Content, grammar and spelling have errors that may detract from the overall message.
​Content, grammar and spelling have minimal errors that do not detract from the overall message.
Content, grammar and spelling is accurate.​​Content, grammar and spelling is accurate and clear.


Read all showcase rules and guidelines here​​ and the permission slip here​ prior to participation. 

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