ASMF "Sleep Story" High School Video Contest
ASMF Announces High School Video Contest Winner
The American Sleep Medicine Foundation selected a fun and creative YouTube video about the importance of teens getting proper sleep as the grand-prize winner of the second annual ASMF Sleep Story Video Contest. The video was created by Jack Gentempo, an 11th grader from Norway, Maine.
Launched in April 2013, the ASMF’s Sleep Story Video Contest issued a nationwide creative challenge to high school filmmakers to tell a sleep story to help shine a light on the effects of sleep problems. Submissions were evaluated by a panel of sleep medicine physicians and researchers and judged based on appropriateness of message, originality, creativity and the overall quality of the video.
Past Winner Profiles
The grand-prize winner of the 2013 ASMF Sleep Story Video Contest was Jasper Lown, a senior at Wheaton-Warrenville South High School, located near Chicago. His sponsoring teacher was Tim Brylka.
Previous contests for high school students involved writing essays about the science of sleep. Below are a few of the past winners: