3 Students win NJ Cyber Security Poster contest
Oak Hill Academy is proud to announce that three of our students won the NJCCIC Cyber Security Poster Contest at the NJ State level. Congratulations to 3rd grader Evalina Zerres, 7th grader Isabella Thackeray and 8th grader Demetra Giannakopoulos!
The contest is sponsored by the NJCCIC in conjunction with the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). It is a national contest encouraging our youth to use the Internet safely and securely. In conclusion, the NJCCIC invites public, private, and home schooled students to participate in their poster contest.
Educating our children about the rules of internet safety is important. Moreover encouraging students to make better decisions when posting any information online is vital. In conclusion, information such as pictures, videos and other personal information that will be protected.
The winning New Jersey posters will be featured on the NJCCIC website.