Thirteen students from Castaic Middle School received awards for their video production work at the Student Television Network (STN) convention in Seattle, WA.
Over 3100 students participated from around the United States in creating short videos as part of their school’s video production program.
“Our video production students are incredibly creative and talented,” said Castaic Middle School principal Bob Braunhesien. “The success of this class is made possible by their teacher Mr. Osano.”
STN embraces the educational components of broadcast journalism, video production, film making, and media by networking students and teachers with professionals in the industry. Schools are given varied opportunities for training, interaction, competition and critiques from qualified experts.
The CMS students received awards in the following categories: 1st place: TV Anchors 2nd place: Silent Film Honorable Mention: Short Film Honorable Mention: STN Promotional Video
“Congratulation to the CMS video production students!” stated CUSD Superintendent Steve Doyle “I’m excited that your work has been recognized at this level. Keep up the great work!”
About Castaic Union School District: Serving nearly 2,200 students in the northwest portion of the Santa Clarita Valley. Castaic Union School District features four schools, providing children with a creative and collaborative learning environment supported by a safe and nurturing atmosphere that creates lifelong learners and empowers them to be critical thinkers in a global community.
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