During one of the school’s half days this past week, NCTV took a trip to visit the School Age Child Care (SACC) program at the Freeman-Kennedy School! 

We started out with a short presentation about what NCTV is and what kind of stuff we offer to our community such as the opportunity for neighbors to share what is important to them as well as workshops and trainings. Almost all of the kids had heard of NCTV before which got us off to a great start! The talented skater in our favorite GIF even recognized herself on one of our slides which was a cool coincidence! 

After the short slideshow, we hooked up our camera to the big projector screen in the gym so everyone could see through the lens. Jen graciously acted as our test subject and directed us through some good and bad examples of framing up a shot. The kids did a great job pointing out what was wrong and helped us fix it for the best results. 

When our demo came to an end, the kids all got a chance (if they wanted to) to see themselves on the big screen and talk about the awesome SACC program, which Jen later turned into a sweet promo for the program! They all had wonderful things to say about SACC and the two most common responses were that SACC is a great place to meet new friends and how wonderful and caring the staff members are. What a fitting tribute to an awesome program!

We had such a great time with the kids and staff at SACC and can’t thank them enough for giving us the opportunity to share our passion with them! 

Take a look at the brand new video about SACC that this awesome group helped create: https://youtu.be/uIzRqGJUILM 

Click HERE for more information about SACC.

AuthorKaty Woodhams