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SAPD contest finalist to be recognized at Talons Game


DATE: June 8
TIME: 7:30 PM
LOCATION: Alamodome, 100 Montana St

Churchill students are the only NEISD finalist in SAPD contest "Say Something Save A Life" video contest. "SAPD created the contest because of the recent deaths of teenagers in San Antonio" said Sgt. Javier Salazar.

The top three videos will be shown at the Talons game June 8 in the Alamodome.

"The students had a chance to showcase everything they have learned in video production to create several entries in the contest. The winning video from Churchill used a "ghosting" effect," said Robin Grevelle-Morriss, Churchill video teacher.

Churchill had 12 entries in the contest and you can see all of them by clicking here.

To view the winning video entry click here.

To view the two runner ups video entries click the links below:

Runner Up Video 1 - "Say Something, Save A Life Funeral"
Runnier Up Video 2 - "Orange You Glad I Said Something"

Winning students Zachary Smith, Jack Friedrichsen and Daniel Rosengard with teacher Robin Morriss.Winning students Daniel Rosengard, Jack Friedrichsen and Zachary Smith are pictured here with Video Technology teacher, Robin Morriss.

For more information, contact Robin Morriss at rmorri4@neisd.net.

Posted on June 4, 2013