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Board of Education Recognitions

Posted: December 2, 2020

Virtual Veterans Day Video Contest Winners

Seven APS students were recognized for creating winning videos at the recent virtual Veterans Day “What a Veteran Means to Me” video contest.

The New Mexico Veterans Memorial board in cooperation with the Junior ROTC program at APS, recently hosted a memorial’s video contest to encourage students to honor a veteran.  Titled “What a Veteran Means to Me,” the video contest challenged students to create a one-minute video that tells the story about an important veteran in their life. The winning videos were shown at the Virtual Veterans Day ceremony.  Video entries were scored on four criteria: content, organization, production quality, and originality. Students competed for cash prizes and a memorial tile dedicated to them and their veteran.

Congratulations to the following students for submitting winning video entries:

  • From Eldorado High School Marine Corps JROTC: Staff Sergeant Gage Stewart
  • From West Mesa High School Navy JROTC: Seaman Apprentice Tania Marquez and Lieutenant Aliza Garcia
  • From the Hoover Middle School Leadership Program: Corporal Moriah Guerra
  • From the Garfield Magnet Middle School Leadership Program: Commander Lorelei Troncoso
  • From the LBJ Middle School Leadership Program: Sergeant Jake Bustos
  • and from the Tony Hillerman Middle School Leadership Program: Cadet Samantha Wright
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