Shorewood wins State Board of Education video contest with documentary on career and technical ed programs
Friday, May 27, 2011
Shorewood High School has won first place in the Washington Board of Education Student Video Contest for its documentary on the Shoreline School District's Career and Technical Education programs.
The video was produced, directed and edited by Shorewood students Geoffrey Tabor, Alex Hill, Javier Caceres, and Alvin Cao. Marty Ballew is their video production teacher. Each member of the production team receives a $75 gift certificate.
The judges said of the Shorewood documentary: "Many students were interviewed. The video had a nice cross section of themes. It was well organized and contained ample interviews. The production provided great student voice. Very engaging. My favorite of all the documentaries."
Watch the winning Shorewood video on YouTube if it does not display on your email or browser.