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The New Jersey Department of Human Services on Wednesday honored 12 New Jersey high school and middle school students for their winning entries in the 2018 New Jersey Teen Media Contest, which celebrated the students’ artistic and written word portrayal of how their family tree may look. The contest hosted by the department’s Division of Family Development focused on the topic of family to engage high school and middle school students in creative thinking through art and the written word. Students created original hand-made artwork and written works that reflected the contest theme and the Department’s ongoing outreach campaign: “Child Support. It’s more than just money.”May 23, 2018
The New Jersey Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Division of Family Development today issued a call for entries for the 23rd Annual New Jersey Teen Media Contest, which reinforces the Department’s mission to celebrate and support families. The statewide contest is open to all New Jersey middle and high school-aged students. In 2018, the Contest will accept entries in the hand-painted/hand-drawn and written word categories. Jan 29, 2018

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The New Jersey Department of Human Services honored 12 New Jersey high school and middle school students for their winning entries in the 2018 New Jersey Teen Media Contest, which celebrated the students’ artistic and written word portrayal of how their family tree may look. The contest hosted by the department’s Division of Family Development focused on the topic of family to engage high school and middle school students in creative thinking through art and the written word. Students created original hand-made artwork and written works that reflected the contest theme and the Department’s ongoing outreach campaign: “Child Support. It’s more than just money.” Jun 21, 2018
Two students from Point Pleasant Beach High School were among 12 New Jersey high school and middle school students recently honored by the New Jersey Department of Human Services for their winning entries in the 2018 New Jersey Teen Media Contest. The contest celebrated the students' artistic and written-word portrayal of how their family tree may look. Point Pleasant Beach High's Miya Preyer received third place in the high school artwork category. Point Pleasant Beach High's Hannah Malcolm received second place in the high school written category. Jun 11, 2018

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