Jump ahead 30 years and this program is bigger and better than ever. Super School News now features young people from across the state. Dedicated volunteers nurture their creativity and guide them through the process. The staff at Rocky Mountain PBS gives these young newscasters a chance to shine as they tell viewers about their school and community.
It's possible close to 10,000 elementary school students have participated in Super School News. If you shared in this experience, you're invited to a special anniversary celebration.
An Open House/Reunion will be hosted at the Rocky Mountain PBS studios on Saturday afternoon, February 6, 2010 to celebrate this amazing children's news program that has spanned three decades. Invited guests will include past SSN students and teacher participants, Orientation Day keynote speakers, SSN volunteers, current and former SSN production staff, SSN underwriters and sponsors and other special guests.
To learn more about the 30-year history of Super School News (originally titled Super SIX School News) or to submit your personal online thoughts and memories about SSN, please visit the RMPBS Web site: www.RMPBS.org/SSN.
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