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Live from the Governing Board room, it's a student production!
Posted May 5, 2014
The TUSD Governing Board meeting room was transformed into a TV studio on April 28 when the Superintendent Student Advisory Council (SSAC) and Pueblo Magnet High School's Warrior Media team produced a live broadcast called "Student Voices for Education."
If you missed the Livestream of the show, you can watch it here on this page, or visit TUSD's YouTube channel at
The Pueblo media students ran the cameras, directed the show and manned the audio and visual controls, and members of SSAC were the on-air talent. The hosts were Madison Dodge, SSAC president and a student at University High School, Sarah Ridings from Sabino High School and Karina Cecil-Moran from Pueblo.
The show kicked off with representatives from TUSD's high schools explaining what makes their schools special. Next, Karina Cecil-Moran interviewed Superintendent H.T. Sánchez about the role of SSAC, his tenure as superintendent and what he sees in the future.
The show closed with students sharing their visions of the future—specifically education in 2059.
Warrior Media is a part of the TUSD
Career and Technical Education
. The students who worked on this project, in addition to Karina, were Victor Rodriguez-Garcia, Edward Salinas, Victor Garcia, Kimberly Lerma and Jennifer Sierra.
Behind the scenes, several adults helped put on the show, including members of the TUSD's communications team, SSAC leader Chuck McCollum and Pueblo educators Pam Shapiro and Veronica Vironet.
The Superintendent's Student Advisory Council hosts "Student Voices for Education"