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So, you want to be on TV?

So, you want to be on TV?

Angel Baird serves as the Meteorologist each morning informing the students of the daily forecast.

Students at Cedar View Elementary have the opportunity to produce, write and perform for live TV announcements each day. Students audition and are selected to perform a variety of jobs related to producing the morning announcements. In order to have a job on the “Morning Show” students must be a productive student and citizen.

Morning Show Flag Bearers Brianna Bosch and Austin LaFleur.

Mr. Duffy is the “executive producer and the host” of the show and decides which students will be allowed to perform. Students perform instrumental music, sing patriotic songs, produce the show, broadcast sports, weather and PSA (Public Service Announcements).

One fifth grader was so excited to do the sports. After the show he was heard saying that he was going to make sports broadcasting his profession.

Jeremy Wildfong, Assistant Producer of the Morning Show, also handles the camera work.

“The students learn responsibility as well as what working on a TV show might really be like” said Mr. Duffy, principal at Cedar View and the anchor man on the show. He went on to say, “I love seeing the seriousness the students put into the jobs they have. They are very proud of their accomplishments. It also instills confidence in many of the students who perform on camera.”

The “Morning Show” is broadcast to Cedar View classrooms each morning at 8:45. Shows are produced and aired from the school’s media center, which is affectionately called the Cedar View Studio.

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