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With the help of Basic Video Production students, Matthew Thornton students were able to create newscasts out of the news stories they had researched and written themselves.

Each year fifth grade students in all of Londonderry’s elementary schools research and write news stories which result in a series of newcasts recorded at the Londonderry Access Center.  LHS TV Production students have acted as production crew and mentors to these young reporters and anchors. This year, students in Basic Video Production classes are assuming that role.

Classes from Matthew Thornton are recording their newscasts this week. Fifth graders from North and South Schools will follow in March and early May.

Below are a series of photos from Miss Juster’s class at Matthew Thornton.

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