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More than 230 Pinellas County students were recognized for their video productions at the the third annual media awards ceremony. Winning schools were:

Instructional category grades kindergarten through second: Maximo, first; McMullen-Booth, second. Grades three through five: Plumb, first; Bear Creek, second; and McMullen-Booth, third. Middle school: Oak Grove, first. High school: Palm Harbor University, first; and Lakewood, second.

News, grades three through five: Leila G. Davis, first; Frontier and McMullen-Booth, second; and Maximo and Bear Creek, third. Middle school: Safety Harbor, first; and Oak Grove, second. High school: Lakewood, first; Countryside, second; Lakewood third.

Music video, grades kindergarten through second: McMullen-Booth, first. Grades three through five: Frontier, first, second and third. Middle school: Carwise, first. High school: Lakewood, first; and Palm Harbor University, second.

Public service announcements, grades three through five: Plumb, first; and Bear Creek, second. Middle school: Carwise, first. High school: Countryside, first; Lakewood, second; and St. Petersburg, third.

Documentary, grades three through five: Frontier, first; and Ozona, second. Middle school: John Hopkins, first. High school: Lakewood, first and second; and Palm Harbor University, third.

Drama, high school: Lakewood, first; and Largo, second.

Comedy, high school: Palm Harbor University, first; Lakewood, second and third.