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Grass Valley Charter students feature film on local top places (VIDEO)

For those wondering what to do and where to go in Nevada County, Grass Valley Charter kindergarteners can tell you their list of top places in a film presentation Friday.

The kindergarten classes released a public service announcement that shares the “Top Ten Places to Take Your Grandparents in Grass Valley.”

The PSA highlights local business and attractions and promotes the City of Grass Valley as a great place to visit with your grandparents.



A special viewing is scheduled 11 a.m. to noon Friday at Grass Valley Charter School’s multipurpose Room, located at 225 South Auburn Street.

Kindergarteners will be presenting the PSA to Dan Miller, mayor of Grass Valley and Keith Davies, CEO of the Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce.




The service project was developed and produced by two kindergarten classes with the help of teachers Chelsea Sullivan and Holly Davatz, along with the support of TouchDown Productions and director Gilbert Dominguez.

The PSA is a culminating project for an Expeditionary Learning unit in Social Studies, focusing on family, transportation and the community.

The integrated curriculum took kindergarten students outside the classroom to learn about video production, local businesses, and service to the community.

For a sneak preview of the PSA, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrUSj4ukfas&feature=youtu.be

For additional information on the project contact Jeannine Glista at j9@bizkids.com or 206-919-0512.


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