WHAT: Fontana Unified School District students and staff from Summit and A.B. Miller high schools will partner with students in Baldwin Park High School’s sports media club to share best practices and mentorship in preparation for BPHS’ launch of a news broadcast, the Braves Sports Network. Summit and A.B. Miller students will share filming and editing techniques they have learned through their schools’ career technical education pathways in TV/film and video production.

WHEN: Wednesday, Jan. 17
1:30 to 4 p.m.

WHERE: Summit High School
15551 Summit Ave., Fontana

DETAILS: Both Summit and A.B. Miller High schools produce their own school broadcasts – Summit’s SkyHawk News and A.B. Miller’s Rebel News – under their TV/film and video production programs. The CTE pathways prepare students for a career in the television and film industry, teaching students how to operate a camera and editing equipment, as well as how to create their own videos, and provides them with opportunities to test their skills in competitions.