Video production class saves the day(s)

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The concert goes on…

United High School students enrolled in Digital Video Production have provided the United School District with virtual assistance in celebrating traditions and milestones that have been occurring throughout the school year. These innovative students have been bringing many of our traditions to life, virtually, for our students and community.

Small events such as the introduction and promotion of school clubs as well as larger events such as school concerts and our annual Veterans Day Assembly were all possible due to the hard work of these students. Recordings of our STEM lab, art projects and Fun Day are being shared with the community via our own YouTube channel and/or Facebook Live. These students imagined their own claymation videos, as well.

These students have assisted in providing videos for safety trainings for our faculty, staff, and students. Videos such as “Run-Hide-Fight” and “Earthquake Safety” were created and shared in order for us to continue our work in keeping our students safe.

The district appreciates their innovativeness, creativity and talent in providing the means for sharing within the school as well as to the supportive community.