The Latest Episode of Every 15 Minutes - Ad Magic / Audio Garden Films and Clear Vision Entertainment bring you this latest addition to this saga that warns about the dangers of drinking and driving. This Re-Enactment was Held at Lenape Valley Regional High School with the towns of Stanhope, Netcong and Lenape Valley (New Jersey) all participating. The students played a vital and very important role in this video - completely unscripted - watch how the message that they are portraying and of course Clear Visions exceptional camera work bring life to this episode. Enjoy ! "Watch With The Lights Off - Its Even Better..." Directed By : Julio M. Salva Clear Vision Entertainment What We Offer: Cinematography and Professional Broadcast Video & Event Services - Many Packages Available Now! Photography, Videography, DJ / MC, Event Planning and more - Contact Us For a Sample Today! Like Our FB Page!! facebook.com/clearvisionent firstname.lastname@example.org
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West Covina High School's Class of 2017 Bulldogs announcing the colleges that they are committed to!! to CLASS OF 2017: Renaissance wishes you the best of luck jumping into a whole environment, experiencing new things, doing what you do best and LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST. YOU GUYS ALL ARE GOING TO BE GREAT DOING WHATEVER IT IS YOU PLAN TO DO. Y'ALL DESERVE IT ALL! Love, Renaissance (: video by: publications 2017
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Understanding by Design (UbD) is a curriculum model used by the Lenape District to help educators design units with the end goals in mind. UbD helps students to retain information past a test or quiz and experience more long-term understandings.
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The conclusion of Day 4 - John Fitzpatrick, Tim Gushue, Grace McCloskey, and Mary Ann Stecher continue to work with their students, both in class and after school. At Lenape, Mary Ann's German IV class enjoys some food as they present their projects and converse in groups. Later, Mary Ann takes her knowledge bowl students to Allentown High School for the preliminary rounds of their next tournament. After overseeing the student parking at the end of the school day, John works with students in the Cherokee High Racing Association on various projects after school, including modifications to the club's racecar. Shawnee Football Head Coach Tim Gushue works with his team to finalize the game plan for tonight's match-up with the Cherokee Chiefs. During the game, Tim must do his best to get the most from his players and slow down a potent Cherokee offense. And at Seneca, Grace is the advisor for tonight's charity volleyball tournament and she takes care of some final preparations before the gymnasium fills with student participants and spectators.
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The conclusion of Day 2 - Margaret Fanourgakis, Frank Guerrini, Brian Pistone, and Bill Seng work with their students and see them through some challenging situations. Shawnee communication technology teacher Brian Pistone assists Principal Matt Campbell in planning a new video conferencing classroom and begins assessing the final phases of several student documentaries. After school, Mr. Kessler arrives for his interview but the students conducting the interview are no where to be found. Also at Shawnee, health and physical education teacher Margaret Fanourgakis has some fun playing shuffleboard with her adaptive physical education class before preparing for and producing tonight's Mr. Shawnee pageant. Lenape High School science teacher Bill Seng's earth science class participates in a lab on radiometric dating to determine the age of rocks. After school Bill assists students in making up a lab assignment and attends a meeting with the district technology committee to discuss one-to-one computing. And at Cherokee, choral director Frank Guerrini and his Concert Choir put on a preview concert during 13th period in the Media Center. Frank is less than pleased with the group's focus during the show and must get them back in the proper frame of mind before they take the stage at tonight's holiday concert.
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In 2008 a group of friends and myself decided that we were going to do a senior prank at the end of the year. At Tantasqua Region High School in 2007 the seniors left a mess behind as they dug up the lawn, wrote 2007 and filled it with cement. We were not looking to damage any school property and were just hoping for a few laughs from our fellow students. The prank consisted of building a giant "For Sale" sign and placing it in front of the school and at the same time using window paint to write 08 all around the building. We had informed the principle that we were going to do this but when we woke up later that day and took the bus to school all of the prank had been removed. This was extremely frustrating so we decided to plan another prank. This is that story. For a few articles: http://www.telegram.com/article/20080520/NEWS/805200478 or Google: Tantasqua Duck Prank. Watch Another Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoeHtzCz0zE ------------- ★ Website➜ http://www.ericlafleche.com ================================================== ★ Social Media Links ➜ YouTube - @ericlafleche FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/ericlafleche Instagram - https://instagram.com/elafleche Instagram - @elafleche SnapChat -https://snapchat/add/ericlafleche SnapChat - @ericlafleche Business - email@example.com ★ Future Self Academy- Instagram➜ https://www.instagram.com/futureselfacademy/ ★ Proof Eyewear India - Instagram➜ https://instagram.com/proofeyewearindia Buy Video Footage ➜ https://www.unstock.io/user/ericlafleche/ ================================================== I make videos about traveling the world, taking crazy trips with friend, E-commerce, Marketing, Entrepreneurship and doing things I love. I do this because it's my passion and hopefully through that passion, we can inspire each other, grow and build the lives we want. Filmed with: Canon 80D - http://amzn.to/2c1K25x DJI Phantom 3 - http://amzn.to/2bKAWNn iPhone 6s - http://amzn.to/2c1JGM4 Rode Mic - http://amzn.to/2bXfhMI Gorilla Mount - http://amzn.to/2bXgkMR Music from Jukedeck - http://jukedeck.com #Travel #Sturbridge #Entrepreneurship #Marketing #ECommerce #Massachusetts #Drone #Footage #Lawn #Chores #NewEngland #Slater #DroneFootage
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Rockland County, NY - Tensions are again running high in the East Ramapo School District after police were summoned to the Grandview Elementary School in Monsey today to respond to complaints of trespassing by Orthodox Jewish families. Newsday reports (http://bit.ly/OCd4t2) that local parents say they are justifiably concerned about Jewish strangers accessing the public school and using it as a shortcut to their homes or synagogues during the Jewish holidays. Today marked the first time security guards and parent volunteers were stationed at the school to prevent families from cutting through the premises. Security will be in place for the remainder of the Sukkot holiday. "My number one concern is the children's safety outside when they're at recess," said Grandview Principal Patricia Smith. "It is a concern when our children are outside and having people other than the school personnel being outside. In this day and age, when we don't know who's who, it worries me." Ignoring the "no trespassing" sign posted in front of the school, religious Jews continued to cross the playground, resulting in a shouting match between the guards and members of the Jewish community. "At the end of the day, there's no trespassing," said Cassandra Edwards, a parent volunteer. "You can walk to the front of the building and you can read it. If it says no trespassing, then all we want is for people to respect that." But Esti Grossberger defended use of the shortcut, saying it shortened the walk between her and her parents' home by half. "They're camping out and attacking us like wolves," Grossberger said of the school district. "Why would you do this in the rain when you know we don't drive on the holidays? Seriously? You're not getting rid of the Jews." One parent volunteer said she was called an anti-Semite when she politely asked a group of Jews not to walk through the playground and to find a different route instead. As the argument between the guards and the religious Jews continued to escalate, police were called to the school and a report was taken. No arrests were made. Security officers have also been posted at Lime Klin Elementary School in Suffern, Ramapo High School and Kakiat Middle School in Spring Valley, and Elmwood Elementary School in Monsey. Joel Klein, the East Ramapo School Superintendent said the district is working on a plan to resolve the trespassing issue, which may include putting up fencing and additional signage.
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Seniors, it's time to enroll in college. The goal of College Decision Day is to recognize high school seniors for their postsecondary plans and encourage younger students and families to prepare early for postsecondary education. College Decision Day is held annually on or around May 1 and is designed to coincide with the date that most seniors must inform a college of their plans to enroll.
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"Every 15 Minutes" is a two-day program focusing on high school juniors and seniors, which challenges them to think about drinking, driving, personal safety, and the responsibility of making mature decisions. Along with alcohol-related crashes, it focuses on the impact that their decisions would have on family and friends. The Every 15 Minutes program starts months in advance of the actual presentation, in fact the very first program at a school will take about one-year to plan and prepare. This includes all of the involved agencies, the hospital, court, lawyers, judge, coroner/funeral home, students, parents and school administrators. Student participants are selected to cover the full spectrum of the student body, thus, the audience will be able to relate to at least one of the participants on the crash day.
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LDTV Sports covers varsity high school sports action for the four Lenape District schools.
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In this episode, we re-examine some of the Lenape villages and the Norweigian forts. Then we build a big earthen fort, while I talk a little bit about the American Revolution. Then I tell you about a trip I took a while back to study democracy. Note to copyright guys: the music is a public domain recording of Edvard Greig's "Morning Mood" from Musopen -- I did not steal your music. You can see for yourself here: https://musopen.org/music/777-peer-gynt-suite-no-1-op-46/ The title music is Beethoven's Symphony no. 5 in Cm, Op. 67 - IV. Allegro, performed by the Davis High School Symphony Orchestra. This is also public domain music from Musopen: https://musopen.org/music/2567-symphony-no-5-in-cm-op-67/ Check out my Steam Workshop: https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198000417378/myworkshopfiles/?appid=255710 Support me on the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/donoteat I'm gonna put together a collection of assets I'm using for the series soon...
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My friend and I decided to plan the best school prank ever for our senior year. School pranks are a tradition during Peddie Week, the week where Blair Academy and their rival, the Peddie School, compete in various athletic events for the Kelley-Potter Cup. After two months of planning, testing, and applying everything we've learned in AP Physics, this is what we came up with. We took off from our local airport in a Cessna 172 and dropped a bunch of rubber chickens attached to parachutes after we won the Girls Varsity Soccer game. And yes, everything we did was legal. If you have doubts, check FAR parts 91.15 and 121.657. Shout out to Christopher Reilly for being an awesome bombardier and co-conspirator.
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Sage Hill School's Seniors bring the Coachella Music and Arts Festival vibe to campus for the annual surprise prank day festivities. After months of planning, the class turns out at 4:45 in the morning to prepare the day's celebrations...
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A group of seniors (SES) from Weston Ranch High Schools class of 2012 in Stockton,Ca got together to do the greatest senior prank the school has ever witnessed. This went down the night of March 6, and 7. It took a couple of meetings and recon to plan, but a total of three hours to execute, from midnight to around 3ish, and the school was generous enough to leave a gate open for us.
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