Lindsay kids get red carpet treatment
lindsay – Movies are no longer just being created by the top film directors, they’re being made by everyday people, including students. Lindsay Unified School District conducted a film contest for thousands of its learners. After all their hard work, the winners were revealed. Reagan Elementary won two out of the three age brackets, and John J. Cairns/Loma Vista Charter/Community Day won the high school division.
In the multipurpose room of Lindsay High School, winners were announced for each age bracket. The first group consisted of third through fifth graders. The second group was made up of middle school students, and the third group was high school students.
In the first group, the winners were from Reagan Elementary School. The students who worked on the film were Johanna Lemus, Izalynne Trujillo, Allyson Moreno, Kelly Ibarra and Rhianna Ramirez. For sixth through eighth graders, the winners were also from Reagan Elementary. The two winners were Delfina Ramirez and Alejandra Quintero. For high school participants, the winners were Kristopher Castro, Luis Nunez, Armando Saldana, Eric Diaz, Daniel Negrete and Antonio Rangel from and John J Cairns Loma Vista Charter Community Day.
The videos covered two themes: being a self-directed and lifelong learner and being a civic minded person. Videos could be no longer than 3 minutes long and were graded based upon their purpose, communication, content, visuals, grammar and technique.