WaterClips Student Video Contest

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Water Saving Solutions Earn Local Students Prizes in 30 Seconds!

Water Conservation is the Focus of Alameda County Water District’s WaterClips Student Video Contest 

Tri-City area students and guests received a blue carpet welcome as they walked into Alameda County Water District's headquarters for the first in-person WaterClips Student Video Contest awards ceremony on May 12 at a District Board Meeting. Launched in 2019, the contest provides a creative outlet for Fremont, Newark and Union City students to highlight essential water topics using 30-second videos.   This year's contest theme called on students to focus on the importance of water conservation and provide water-saving solutions for residents.

A panel of local judges representing government, television and radio industries selected winning video entries from students in grades 6-12 representing Middle and High School categories. Qualifying entries met contest criteria, video theme and length. 

Student video entries were scored based on relevancy to the topic, entertainment value, creativity, originality and overall quality of their video.  

The winners are:


1st place - $500 Prize:  Emily Ku, 7th Grade, Circle of Independent Learning  Video: Water Tips and Tricks

2nd place - $250 Prize: Srijani Vutukuri, 7th Grade, Thornton Jr. High School and Sanshray Vakkalagadda, 6th Grade, Forest Park Elementary School, 6th Grade Video: Save Water: A Stop Motion Film

3rd place - $100 Prize: Nidhi Riju, 8th Grade, John M. Horner Middle School Video: Water, Water Matters?!


1st place - $500 Prize: Anushka Madhani,  10th grade, Mission San Jose High School  Video: Conservation Around Us

2nd place - $250 Prize: Yvette Venegas, 11th grade, Newark Memorial High School  Video: How to Conserve Water From Your Home

3rd place - $100 Prize: Gurnoor Sandhu, 9th grade and Anay Agrawal, 10th grade, Irvington High School Video: How You Should Conserve Water

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Renee W. Gonzales
Public Affairs Specialist