(Neb.)-Chadron School Students To Be Part Of Documentary
(Chadron)-Chadron Public Schools has been selected for a great opportunity that will bring a film crew to the district. According to CHS Principal Jerry Mack in his blog at chadronschools.org, Nebraska Loves Public Schools is a team of filmmakers on a mission to showcase positive stories from Nebraska’s public schools.
The group is a campaign funded by the Sherwood Foundation, and was guided to Chadron Public School after they asked the Nebraska Department of Education to recommend some schools that do a good job with individualized learning.
Nebraska Loves Public School will be filming at Chadron Public Schools on March 4 and 5. They will be conducting interviews and filming b-roll that will be part of a 30-minute film on individualized learning. The finished film will air on The State of Education in Nebraska series NET2 World June 19th, 2014 at 8:00 PM CST. All videos can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and nelovesps.org.
Students from all schools will be involved. There is a permission form which must be signed by parents if they wish to allow their children to be filmed, but parents who do not wish to have their child participate can call their school office to let school officials know of their decision.
(Information courtesy Chadron Public Schools)
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