The National Association for Music Education, which we call “NAfME,” and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, which we call “Glorious Provider of Glee” have initiated a campaign called “GLEE Give a Note.”
High school students around the country are being asked to upload videos of themselves to www.GleeGiveANote.com, but not just any videos. They’re looking for talent! Beat-boxers, singing plankers, dancing knitters, rapping parkour-enthusiasts, et-amazing-cetera! The idea is to make your case for why your school should earn the grant.
They’ll slap ‘em up, and submit ‘em to a public vote for 30 days where real people will narrow it down to finalists. Then NAfME steps in and picks the winners. 73 schools will be granted grants from $10,000 to $50,000.
Check out the official rules at www.GleeGiveANote.com. Maybe the singing-while-planking thing isn’t allowed, so you should look.