This years 2016 class act lip dub challenge saw high schools take home a total of $4,750 between icareguam, the Peace Office and Sorensen Media Group.
Guam – Today icare Guam and the Peace Office presented their awards to the winning high schools that helped bring mental awareness to the forefront through their music videos for the 2016 class act lip dub contest.
The Peace Office and icare Guam presented $500 to George Washington High and $250 to Tiyan for winning the competition within the competition. As an extra incentive to help bring awareness to mental health among young people, icare and the peace office gave the opportunity for schools to incorporate a message about mental health within their lip dup videos. Today both agencies presented checks to the schools they felt best-articulated mental health awareness into their respective videos.
“Our message was making a change in mental health and spreading awareness around that. So make a change we decided to how do we help our peers deal with mental health and the way to do that is make a change understand that everyone has an issue with mental health and its just how we deal with it,” said GW Student Austin Grant.
This years 2016 class act lip dub challenge saw high schools take home a total of $4,750 between icareguam, the peace office and Sorensen Media Group.