School Working for a Technology Makeover
ST. ELIZABETH - St. Elizabeth R-IV School has made it to the top thirty finalists in Windstream's Classroom Connections contest. It submitted a video last spring, and with the help of voters has landed as a finalist. The seniors in last year's multimedia class created the five minute video, which is a spoof of an old silent movie.
The school's technology coordinator, Karen Wilde says after three years of entering, St. Elizabeth R-IV School may finally win the prize. Windstream will award the top ten schools $5000.00. The school has big plans for the money.
"We would like to purchase some PC's for one of our labs that's a little outdated, and we're doing some digital photography this year, so we'd like to get a scanner and some software for that program."
From Facebook to Twitter, the school uses every form of technology to promote the video in hopes of winning. To cast your vote, click on the link to the right of this article.