Open to all current students of the Clark County School District (hereinafter “CCSD”), kindergarten
through 12th‐grade. This includes current students of the Nevada Learning Academy.
• Videos (hereinafter “videos” or “submissions”) may be submitted by individual students, teams,
or schools.
• Entries must be original, previously unpublished work, filmed and edited by CCSD student(s), and
less than 90 seconds in total length. Teacher and parental/adult support is allowed, but students
should direct, film and edit the majority of the production.
• By entering this contest, each entrant and the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of each entrant
irrevocably assigns and transfers to the Clark County School District any and all right, title, and
interest to the video (and all material embodied therein), including, without limitation, all
copyrights and rights of publicity, and CCSD shall be the perpetual and exclusive owner of the
video.
• CCSD may use, distribute, reproduce, modify, adapt, reformat, translate, create compilations and
collective works, prepare derivative works based upon, print, record, publish, perform, display,
broadcast, transmit, upload, re‐post, or otherwise utilize in any manner the original or altered
versions of the video or likeness at any time in the future along with the entrant’s name, likeness,
picture, voice, and biographical information, including portions, composites, likenesses or
distortions, or alterations of the same in connection with the contest, in any and all media or
distribution mode now or hereafter known, including without limitation by means of television
(including over the air or closed‐circuit), the Internet including ccsd.net, YouTube.com and other
digital networks, social media, motion picture, microwave, photography, satellite, cable, “wireless
cable”, multimedia, video dial tone, common carriage, open video service, or DVD at any time or
times, throughout the world, without the need for any further consent and without any
compensation.
• Videos must not violate U.S. copyright law and not feature or focus on any material owned or
controlled by third parties (including third party copyrighted or trademarked material). For
example, do not use any copyrighted music and do not use brands/logos other than CCSD or
school logos (see Resources).
• Videos must not be, or contain any content that is or may be perceived as, violent, immoral,
defamatory, derogatory, offensive, illegal, obscene, dangerous, unsafe, or similarly inappropriate,
or that represents CCSD or any CCSD school in a negative way.
• Videos should include CCSD logo (see Resources). The CCSD logo may only be used for the
purpose of this video contest, and may not be used, distributed, reproduced, modified, adapted,
reformatted, or re‐posted for any other purpose without the consent of the CCSD.
• Videos should feature the student’s school name in some way (for example, add the digital school
logo, show the school logo or sign in video footage, have students wearing shirts with school
name, etc.). If the official school logo is used, it may only be used for the purpose of this video
contest, and may not be used, distributed, reproduced, modified, adapted, reformatted, or reposted
for any other purpose without the consent of the CCSD.
• Each video must be submitted with student’s full name, grade level, school, teacher/advisor
name, video title, and category on video slate/title screen and with the separate Submission Form
(see Resources). A list of all student names included in the video must be provided on the video
Submission Form.
• Each entrant and the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of each entrant must sign the CCSD
Consent/Release Form ‐ Waiver for Entrant in Video Contest before the video will be accepted
into the contest (see Resources).
• If students are filmed in the video, they must provide consent. If a video is selected as a feature
video or contest winner, all students filmed in the video and the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of
those students will be asked to sign a Consent/Release Form for Student Appearance in Video
before video can be eligible to receive a recognition or prize.
• Unlimited entries; but a single video may not be entered in more than one category.
• Videos should be in a standard format compatible with the YouTube.com video player (mp4,
H.264, etc.).
• To enter contest, upload video to YouTube or similar video sharing Web site and email link to
video along with scanned copies of Submission Form and signed Consent/Release Form ‐ Waiver
for Entrant in Video Contest to: videocontest@ccsd.net. If needed, forms can also be faxed to
702/799‐1082. Video content will be reviewed and approved prior to acceptance.
• Submission deadline has been extended to May 22, 2015, by 4:30 p.m.
• Recognition levels and any prizes are to be determined. In CCSD’s sole discretion, an entrant may
not be eligible for recognition or to receive a prize if the submission cannot be sufficiently cleared
for legal purposes.