Iowa Anti-Bullying Video Contest

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Schools all across Iowa are competing online to bring an end to bullying.

Students, teachers, and administrators at middle and high schools were encouraged to put together video messages and post them online.

The videos focus on what each school is doing to prevent bullying, and anyone is encouraged to head to the website and vote on their favorite video.

The top top vote getter will take home a $500 prize to go toward bullying prevention.

Governor Terry Branstad and Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds will also attend an assembly at the winning school.

To vote for submitted videos, head to

Click the drop down for "Bully Prevention Entries" and vote for your favorite.