On this broadcast, one of our newest members, Nathan, steps in for Maya! We also included a special clip of some 4th grader iMovies about the California Gold Rush! And our riddle for this week is: What can be the size of a pea, or the size of the sky, but the person who bought it doesn't own it? Watch for the answer on this Friday's broadcast!
What a big broadcast today! Our new broadcast members have debuted and are working alongside our current team to learn all about running a live broadcast! They will be shadowing for a few more broadcasts, and we will begin to see some new faces more often! We can't be so more excited to add some new members to our awesome team! We have a video book review done by Eden, a first grader in Mrs. Lohner's class, and a student-made commercial for the Book Fair coming up! We also have a special guest - Melissa Winters- to lead the school in the Pledge of Allegiance!
Congratulations are in order! We received some AMAZING applications from some of our awesome students. We will be conducting interviews this Wednesday from 10:30-12:20! Here are all the students that were selected for an interview... congratulations everyone! And good luck at your interview!
Valeria D. - 4th grade
Angelo R. - 4th grade
Lauryn W. - 4th grade
Lalane S. - 4th grade
Hailee R. - 5th grade
Brooklyn B. - 5th grade
Kayleigh F. - 5th grade
Noralyn A. - 5th grade
Nathan M. - 6th grade
Fernanda C. - 6th grade
Nayely V. - 6th grade
Featured in this broadcast: A student-made video clip from 5th Grade Colonial Day, and a new weekly riddle (shared by Ian)!
Please enjoy our very first Student Spotlight! Featuring Ashley Stark!
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My name is Dawn Seiter, and I am the director for the CCN Team!
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"We will empower students to be critical thinkers and effective communicators in order to reach their highest potential. We will do this by providing a rigorous, relevant, and innovative learning environment that challenges all students to achieve academic success and express themselves creatively."