May 2, 2016 Issue #35
PHS ANNOUNCES 1ST ANNUAL FILM FESTIVAL
PHS media students will be sharing their talent in video production with CCR3 middle and high school students this Thursday, May 5th, in the PAC at 1pm. ENews Reporter, Tanner Bahora, will be hosting the event which will feature a variety of student work. Sophomores, Annabel Grooms, and Ernie Hansen each produced a documentary. Each student chose a subject, took film, and edited their footage into a final product to share with their peers. Seniors, Carl Johnson and Kailey Huff, chose a photography assignment in which they shot and edited hundreds of photos to compile a "goodbye" video for their classmates as graduation nears.
News crews from the ENews and PHS News will show memorable and hilarious outtakes from their dozens of newscasts prepared this year. The festival finale will not be disappointing. Another group of extremely talented video production students will show a variety of work including a short film and the festival's finale, Mysterio, a movie based on author Ian Fleming's very famous character, James Bond. Directed and edited by Senior, Brett Riche, classmates Derek Guyer, Blake Oetting, Ethan Foster, Cody Riddle, Quintin Greene, Josh Owens and Seth McMahill star in this action packed film about a quirky Englishman forced to fill the roll of "007" when unexpectedly called upon. A cameo by drama teacher Ryan Morman and an appearance by stunt double, PHS principal Ryan Beatty, are just a couple movie highlights!
Please join us! Friends and family are welcome to attend!
Ellis kindergarten students studied author Laura Numeroff!
Congrats to Caitlyn and Nina who won first and second place in the Sci Tech Crazy Car competition!
CCMS students work with partners while preparing imperialism skits.