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Cable TV Program to Focus on Schools

Schools / Education news : TUSTIN

February 07, 1996

A cable TV show beginning this month will spotlight the schools, teachers and staff of Tustin Unified School District.

"Tustin Schools Today," a 30-minute program, will be shown on Continental Cablevision's Community Channel 33 before and after meetings of the district's Board of Education, usually the second and fourth Mondays of each month.

Each program, presented in a news format with six segments, will focus on one school. The shows will include interviews with students and staff, highlights of special projects or programs, interesting trivia and campus news.

The first segment, focusing on W.R. Nelson Elementary School, was shown Monday and will be aired on Wednesdays through this month.

The shows are being produced by Coastline Regional Occupation Program's advanced video production students.

"The purpose is to help the community learn more about the schools in Tustin Unified and the people who are educating the youth of Tustin," program director Joe De Camp said.

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