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Students are in a 'Tantasqua State of Mind'


Video claims top prize in online contest



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Tantasqua Regional High School students have become far more adept in the creation of videos and webshows in the last two years, thanks to tech-savvy teachers like Sean Cusick, center, and the media production department staff. Recently, students produced a video that won first place in a YouSchools.org contest. Kevin Flanders. (click for larger version)
February 24, 2011
STURBRIDGE — The hallways will make you feel brand new, and teachers will inspire you.

Tantasqua Regional High School students are proud of their school, evidenced by an award-winning video composed by students in the Media and TV classes.

After editing the video, the students sent it to YouSchools.org as part of the website's third annual "Why Your School is Cool" contest. Superintendent Daniel Durgin and TRHS Principal Michael Lucas recently announced that the video had been selected by YouSchools.org officials for the contest's first place award.

"We are very proud of our media production students and the excellent video they were able to produce," Durgin said. "The video obviously required a lot of effort from everyone involved."

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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