Batchelor Middle School

B-TV began as a club in the fall of 1995. School officials were looking for another option in technology for students as computer skills were being integrated into all classes.

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Ocoee Middle School

Take a talented person with 14 years of background in TV production, add in a large dash of enthusiasm, blend in 30 or so dedicated 7th and 8th graders and what do you have? 

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The BEAT Video Program

The BEAT Video Program is a nationally-recognized, award-winning group of thirty-five student "backpack journalists" (grades 6-12), who produce 200-250 print/web/video stories annually about their schools, community and county. 

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Tuttle Middle School

 

I was originally trained as a “shop” teacher which evolved to Industrial Arts and presently is referred to as “Technology Education” (better known as; Tech. Ed.). During my 14 year tenure at South Burlington I sold all our heavy duty shop tools and machines in favor of a contemporary Tech. Ed. Program.

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Van Hoosen Middle School

Little did I know that when I attended the 1995 MACUL Conference in Detroit and sat in on the News Broadcasting session that it would change my job description forever. 

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