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Springs Studio Students Deliver Newscast On Rocky Mountain PBS

Springs Studio for Academic Excellence sixth-graders Lillian Altmann, 11, and Sam Covington, 12, anchor a newscast for the Super School News program Dec. 7 at the Rocky Mountain PBS studios at Colorado State University in Pueblo.

 

Sixth-grade students at Springs Studio for Academic Excellence recorded a newscast about their school Dec. 7 at the Rocky Mountain PBS studios at Colorado State University in Pueblo.

 

Students prepared for several weeks as reporters and news anchors to deliver the   two-minute newscast for the Super School News program. The award-winning mini television series, is in its 37th year on-air, and is written and illustrated by fifth and sixth-grade students across Colorado and presented on Rocky Mountain PBS. The program is aligned with Colorado Academic Standards and has been enriching thousands of young lives for decades. 

 

Student news anchor Sam Covington said, “It was fun cause it was something
I never got to experience before. I got to, you know, show how great of a school we have and how different it is.”

 

See the final produced RMPBS newscast here:

http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?list=PLd1csdWoPwT5w40M_WtvjG-TRZeSNjjlm&v=NYb-b1vj4N0&feature=youtu.be

 

 

Amy Bremser
abremser@d49.org
719-499-3756
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