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Greater Pittsburgh Area Schools Display Support As Penguins Engage NHL Conference Semi-Finals

by Staff Writer / Pittsburgh Penguins
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins have continued the success of this season’s community outreach into the playoffs with a promotion highlighting the team’s quest for the Stanley Cup.

 
The Penguins offered all elementary, middle and high schools in the Greater Pittsburgh area an opportunity to win prizes benefiting their school when they enter the team’s “Students for Stanley” video contest.
 
Winning schools for the 2010 “Students for Stanley” contest are St. Philip Elementary School in Crafton, Ingomar Middle School in Pittsburgh and Chartiers Valley High School in Bridgeville.
 
Each school was judged on a 3-minute video presentation showcasing the students’ enthusiasm for the Penguins and their quest for another Stanley Cup Championship.
 
The winning schools receive a $2,500 donation from the Penguins to be used for an in-school program benefitting the student body.  Each of the winning videos will also be featured on the team’s website.
 
The Penguins have an extensive community outreach program with an emphasis on youth and education. For additional information on the “Students for Stanley” Contests, please contact the Penguins’ Community Relations Office at 412-642-1300.
 
Watch all the winning videos below:
 
 
Elementary School Winner -St. Philip Elementary School
 

Middle School Winner - Ingomar Middle School


High School Winner - Chartiers Valley High School
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