Middle School Launches Video Show

In late December, St. Veronica’s middle school student’s launched the premiere edition of “Our Voices”, a short video show featuring interesting stories from the members of the St. Veronica community. The first edition launched with a short about our Latin teacher, Jenifer Scott, better known to all as Magistra. Magistra has been a teacher here since the beginning and had a very interesting perspective to share with the students.

With the help of technology teacher, Mrs. Sara Beltran, and Mrs. Jessica Maleski, the students wrote scripts, practiced introducing the show, developed interview questions and filmed and edited the final product. “As a student driven project, the teachers are here to offer advice and support,” noted Mrs. Maleski. “I’m so proud of the work they did, there was a lot of learning and technical hurdles that go into video production so it was wonderful to see the final product!”

Frankie Luis Garcia, a young photographer/videographer that often works with the diocese, spent one lunch period offering them some technical support on framing shots and using their visual skills and talents to further the work of the Church.

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Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations… Teaching them to carry out everything I have commanded you. —Matthew 27:19-20

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