Here it is, gang. The much anticipated Greylock Snow Day Writing Contest for 2015. Students grades K through 12 are eligible. Grand Prize winners take home an amazing $300. Two Runners Up will each earn themselves $100. We're not talking savings bonds or lottery tickets or funds that have to be used expressly for school expenses. That's straight cash, homies.
Here's what we've cooked up for you this year:
Take a popular and favorite holiday song ("Let It Snow"; "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"; "Silent Night"; "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer"; etc.) and rewrite the lyrics (at least one full verse and chorus), making it all about Greylock Snow Day, snow days in general, delays, early releases, snow storms, etc. There are only two rules: 1) you have to mention Greylock Snow Day (or GSD) once; 2) it has to be clever! Feel free to collaborate--we will accept joint entries.
Jingle all the way...
GSD don't lie!...
Our example qualifies for rule 1 but for rule 2, we're not so sure. Plus, there's some bad grammar going on there--what's up with that?. We know our faithful readers can do much better!
There are two ways to submit your entry this year. 1) You can write out your lyrics and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. 2) Or--and we would prefer this method--you can make a YouTube video of your song and email the link to email@example.com. Whatever method you choose, make sure that in your email you include the following info:
School and Grade
The deadline for entries is Sunday, January 4th--that gives you all vacation to work on your entry! Get to it!