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BTV builds better skills

Dasia'Nee McCoy, CTE Writer

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CTE’s Bulldog Television class attended the East Texas State Fair. Students were to practice photojournalism skills with interviewing and videography.

Vonnia Perez, Tyra Gordon, Dasia’Nee McCoy, Paul Ford, Kayde Rush, Romualdo Gutierrez, Isaiah Cordoba, Edward Crosby, Parker Roe, Montel Hood, Collin Durham, Hunter Branin, and Parker Roe attended with BTV teacher Alex Smith.

“The fair was a great experience”, said Roe. “It showed me what it was like to be a reporter in a real life situation”.

In October, students will be working on Halloween short films for their “Weekly Wrap Ups” to be featured, online, in their Chapel Hill High School YouTube channel.

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