NEW RICHMOND, W.Va. – The statewide Public Service Announcement winners on climate change hail from Wyoming East High School.

Wyoming East speech and biology students created video and/or audio submissions using NASA, Yale University, and carbon/water cycle data. They competed with students from grades 5-12 across the state, and their submissions will be airing on the WV news and radio.

Ty Eller won 1st place in audio and 2nd place in video, bringing home a cash prize of $300.
Amy Vest won 3rd place in video, winning $50.
Savannah Brehm won 3rd place in audio, winning $50.
Peyton Phillips, Chloe Prichard, and Alyssa Tilley were the creators of an Honorable mention video.

“All participants in the contest did a phenomenal job, and we are so proud of our school’s representation,” said school officials.

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