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The Masked Robber
In a small western town a bank robber is no match against a sheriff and community adhering to quarantine safety. Sharon Strong's El Camino High School students created the video as a public service announcement on quarantine safety. Students featured are Logan Gibba, Luc Carter, Anna Velazquez, Fatima Manzano, Gregory McDonald, August Niles, Mary Boyer. The film has been nominated for Best Public Service Announcement at the All American High Film Festival taking place in October 2021.
Virtual Field Trip hosted by ArtsBusXpress and the Walter Munk Foundation for the Oceans!
Virtual Field Trip Xperience... what is that? Interactive, personalized learning from Arts and Science venues across San Diego County, brought to you by ArtsBusXpress.org. Check out this virtual field trip hosted by the Walter Munk Foundation for the Oceans! Visit ArtsBusXpress.org to learn more about Virtual Field Trip Xperiences!
ArtsBusXpress Interactive Field-Trip Xperience Promo
This unique program is a set of Live and Interactive workshops presented by the experts at San Diegos’ finest Arts and Science Venues. We are enriching students one field trip at a time..without the bus….for the foreseeable future. We are bringing the venue to the classroom or distance learning environments. To get involved, contact us at artsbusxpress.org today.
The woman who inspired Ryan Speedo Green to sing opera
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