Bay High students’ ‘ROAR’ video entered in national youtube contest
By Echo Staff
Oct 1, 2013, 19:34
Please share! Cassady Compretta lip-syncs to Katy Perry’s song “Roar” in a video created by students at Bay High School and entered in a national contest sponsored by Good Morning America and ABC News. The winning school will enjoy a live concert by the chart-topping artist to be held at the school on or about Oct. 25.
Bay High School students in Journalism and Digital Media Technology have worked together to produce a lip-dubbed music video to Katy Perry’s song “Roar” to enter in a national contest sponsored by Good Morning America and ABC News.
The theme of the video centers around the rebuilding of the school and community after Hurricane Katrina and showcases the resounding spirit characteristic of the community.
Miriam Keith and Presley Favre were the student producers. Teachers Tarah Herbert and Jeremy Grubbs advised the students on the project and ask parents and the school community to like and share the video on social media to help share it with others.
“We are truly proud of this project and believe this video is as competitive to win as any we have seen so far,” said Bay High Principal Andy Parker.
“Please take a look for yourselves and thanks for supporting Bay High School Tigers!”
The winning video will be selected around October 10, and the chosen school will enjoy a live concert by the chart-topping artist to be held at the school on or about Oct. 25. The concert will also be broadcast on Good Morning America.
Find the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GF468BizsGc&app=desktop