Carter - Video Final Export.mp4

Welcome to my website. My name is Jacquie Carter and I am the Journalism, Video, and Technology Teacher at the high school. I am in my tenth year at the high school, I am the Chieftain Press and Nashoba News Adviser, and the 
Junior Class Adviser. 

I am a former English teacher and transitioned into the Technology Dept in 2016. I have been teaching Journalism and Video Broadcast for four years and I am very excited to continue to grow these programs as they are real world, hands on, culture building programs that touch students and community members alike. 

In addition to these programs, I also teach  Video Production, Multimedia, and Digital Creativity featuring the Adobe Suite. Last year, and for the first time in Nashoba history, a video made  by students in my class, won an award from the Boston/ New England chapter of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for best student advertisement. That same AD was also nominated for the NATAS National Award. The winners were announced by Tom Bergeron on  October 3rd  through a live stream event from California. We were so very excited for students Lea Markham and Ashley Cormier. You can see the video under the Archived Example Videos above. 

This year, 2017 - 2018, we continued to move our Film Production Program forward. Three of my current students, Will Andronico, Jack Diefenbach, and Ben Myers, won best long form fiction for their film, "Lovestruck". They now move on to the national competion this fall. Will and Jack are heading off to college to major in film, business and journalism. Here is a link to their award winning film. 

Please click on a link above for specific class information and links to your child's class expectation and syllabus. Feel free to follow me on Twitter at @jcarternashoba and @chieftain_chat or if you need to contact me, please email me at the following address: jcarter@nrsd.net
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  • New School Year 2017-2018 Welcome back Nashoba! Check here for general information and use the tabs for detailed class information.
    Posted Apr 6, 2018, 6:05 AM by Jacquie Carter
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Important Links

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Award Winning Films and Ads

Below you will find the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarding winning Nashoba Film and Ad for 2017 and 2018

Video Production Nike Commercial.mp4