Lee short film earns top honors in CTPS Contest

Throughout the State of Texas, public schools worked to tell the story of the power of public schools as part of the Celebrate Texas Public Schools (CTPS) Video Contest. The videos featured students, teachers, programs, significant achievements and more. North East ISD is proud to announce Lee High School as a Regional Finalist in the High School Category as part of this year’s contest, sponsored by dedicated community partner Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union (RBFCU). The video focused on the power of acceptance and school involvement.

The video was led by three seniors taking advanced A/V production taught by Ryan Phillips. Leticia Medina directed the short film, which featured Adrian Gonzalez and John Marquez. The students worked for two weeks on the video contest entry and were excited to find out they had the top ranked video in Region 20.

The CTPS Video Contest is coordinated by the Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA). Across the state, TSPRA received a wide variety of videos from all grade levels. Every day in every city and town across the state of Texas, public educators are changing the lives of students in powerful ways. Lee High School’s video is truly one of those life-changing stories.  

Posted on 03/07/2017