Ladue View: May 2023, Senior Farewell
In this episode of Ladue View we have some amazing creative films and videos including ones about the objects that can change lives, the drinks that keep us going, teens as screenagers, and a farewell to the seniors.
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Broadcast Technology students on local news
Watch the winning video on our 5 On Your Side page.
The 2023 Ladue winning students were Senior's Kenneth Thomas and Dylan Patterson.
Lizzie Esther wins "Best High School Student" Film at Faultline Film Festival at SEMO.
Recently, Junior Lizzie Esther was awarded "Best High School Film" for her short film "The Forgotten Leftovers of Meaningful Things" at Southeast Missouri State University's Fault Line Film Festival. Lizzie has been a student of Ladue High School's Broadcast Technology class since her Freshman year, and she's very grateful for her teachers, Mr. Goble and Mrs. Davidson, as well as her friends who have helped her along the way.
Click the image, or here, to learn more about the Charles W. Marshall Video Technology Center and TV Studio, managed my Marteana Davidson.
Former Ladue View students have gone on to become incredibly successful at young ages. Take a look at this sizzle reel to find out what they are accomplishing.
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