Barrington High School students are proving that BHS is “The School of Tomorrow, Today.”
Students have entered the prestigious White House Student Film Festival, featuring three unique programs: Project Lead the Way, the Business Incubator and BHS-TV. All three of these programs were made possible by the generous support of the Barrington 220 Educational Foundation.
This year, the contest called for entries that highlight the power of technology in schools. Check out their submission on the BHS-TV YouTube channel.
Contest finalists will have their short films shown at the White House, and will have an opportunity to be invited to attend the screening at the White House, according to the Film Festival’s website.
Submissions for the contest are due on Jan. 31st, and judging will take place shortly after. Good luck, BHS!
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Morgan Delack is in Media Relations and Social Media for Barrington Community Unit School District 220.
She handles social media, media outreach and other press-related tasks for the district.
Morgan has worked for several years in both television and web-based news.
She lives in Barrington with her husband and two children. In her free time, Morgan enjoys exercise, cooking, reading and being outdoors.
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