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California Ed Code 48907

April 15, 2017

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I know.  It’s a catchy title for a blog post. California Educational Code 48907 has to do with students’ freedom of speech rights.  Here’s an excerpt: “Pupils of the public schools, including charter schools, shall have the right to exercise freedom of speech and of the press including, but not limited to, the use of […]

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The Graduation Experience

June 9, 2015

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Del Oro High School’s class of 2015 graduated on Saturday morning at 8am.  The morning was beautiful and the ceremony was close to perfect.  Speeches were delivered, hands were shaken, diplomas were handed over, and there were smiles on nearly every face. My student media team had to deal with lots of moving parts in order […]

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Things I learned at local high school film festival

April 28, 2015

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Things I learned at local high school film festival

Sunday was the 2nd annual Northern California Media Educators (NCME) Media and Film Showcase.  It’s an opportunity for media, film, and broadcasting students from the region to submit some of their best work to be judged by industry professionals.  Five of my students and I made our way to San Juan High School for the showcase and […]

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Live from the room next door

August 27, 2014

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Monday was parent night at Del Oro High School.  In previous years, I’ve had my broadcasting students record a news show the week before that I can show to their parents.  If the show doesn’t come out great, if the transitions are that smooth, if the audio needs some work, I can fix all of that […]

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Raley Field Promo – Student Video Contest

May 8, 2013

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Some of my video production students had the chance to head to Raley Field (home of the minor league River Cats) a few weeks ago and have a behind the scenes look at the ball club.  This was part of a video contest put on by a local youth video organization.  Students groups could pick […]

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