Welcome to the CVU Media Center




Gary Lambert - Media Integrationist Charlie MacFadyen - DLL

The Media Center in room 118 has cameras, tripods, microphones, and other production equipment available for sign-out. The computer stations all have Premiere Pro for editing.

The Media Center has a Studio for production. We have a Green Screen wall, an audio recording room, and an Interview Set.

For more information on equipment at the Center, check out the Equipment Page.

LINKS & RESOURCES

THE CVU SHOW IS PRODUCED BY THE STUDENTS IN THE STUDIO PRODUCTION CLASS

Other Programs Produced at The Media Center

A Conversation for Parents: Youth Suicide and Suicide Prevention, Segment 1 - May 2019

In this video, the first of a four-part series, Debby Haskins from the Center for Health and Learning, Rachel Petraska, a Shelburne Community School School Counselor, and Amy Sayre, a Student Assistance Program Counselor at Shelburne Community School, explain why they are talking about youth suicide and why you should too. They also discuss risk and protective factors associated with adolescent suicide.

A Conversation for Parents: Youth Suicide and Suicide Prevention, Segment 2 - May 2019

In this video, the second of a four-part series, Debby Haskins from the Center for Health and Learning, Rachel Petraska, a Shelburne Community School School Counselor, and Amy Sayre, a Student Assistance Program Counselor at Shelburne Community School talk about the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, and take a closer look at how youth report they are feeling in the Champlain Valley School District. They also discuss risk factors and warning signs of youth suicide, and what parents can do when they, or their children, are concerned about themselves or their friends.

A Conversation for Parents: Youth Suicide and Suicide Prevention, Segment 3 - May 2019

In this video, the third of a four-part series, Debby Haskins from the Center for Health and Learning, Rachel Petraska, a Shelburne Community School School Counselor, and Amy Sayre, a Student Assistance Program Counselor at Shelburne Community School, explain why they are talking about youth suicide and why you should too. They discuss: setting appropriate technology/screen/phone boundaries; ways to connect with other parents to create a safe community for all of our kids; modeling healthy behavior; and building skills and developing resources to keep all kids safe.

A Conversation for Parents: Youth Suicide and Suicide Prevention, Segment 4 - May 2019

In this video, the last of a four-part series, Debby Haskins from the Center for Health and Learning, Rachel Petraska, a Shelburne Community School School Counselor, and Amy Sayre, a Student Assistance Program Counselor at Shelburne Community School, explain why they are talking about youth suicide and why you should too. They also discuss risk and protective factors associated with adolescent suicide. They also address mental wellness and how to access local resources.

Clearing the Haze: An educational chat between Adam Bunting and Ty Sells

Marijuana use among youth is on the rise. This increase is often attributed to a lowered perception of risk. Young people think smoking pot is “no big deal” or even “safe”. Much of what they believe is based on myths and organized talking points they have heard from their friends, pro-legalization forces and even the media. While there are countless ways for students to find accurate information, there are just as many places to find misinformation.

In this 15-minute video, Youth to Youth International's Ty Sells and Champlain Valley Union High School principal, Adam Bunting, examine strategies to get behind the smoke screen and engage youth in a conversation about marijuana. A conversation that is free of preaching and politics, but full of the relevant facts to assist youth in making their own healthier decisions.

Connections that Count with Adam Bunting & Ty Sells

Parents are the #1 influence on their kids. But in the hustle and bustle of our day-to-day lives, it can be challenging to even have a conversation with our teens, much less make a deep connection. That's why we got two of our favorite connecting-to-youth gurus together for this encouraging and reassuring chat.

In this 15-minute video, Youth to Youth International's Ty Sells and Champlain Valley Union High School Principal, Adam Bunting, help us learn how to create an environment conducive to creating connections. They also discuss the 5 "key principles" to be more effective when talking with our kids, share different ways to "get through to" and inspire youth, and help us examine common misconceptions & limiting attitudes toward young people.

ParentIN Lunch & Learn - How to Talk to Your Kids About Marijuana

An info-packed 30-minute video with information about the potency & health impacts of today's marijuana, details about Vermont's Act 86, ways legalized marijuana might impact our communities, and how to talk to our kids and keep them safe. Featuring Champlain Valley Union High School's Tim Trevithick and Hinesburg PD's Officer Cambridge.