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Top 10 Ways to Survive the Fifth Grade – Principal

Our wacky clowns share tips from young author Annelisse on how to make it to sixth grade.

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Top 10 Ways to Survive the Fifth Grade – Homework

Our wacky clowns share tips from young author Annelisse on how to make it to sixth grade.

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Top 10 Ways to Survive the Fifth Grade – Bullying

Our wacky clowns share tips from young author Annelisse on how to make it to sixth grade.

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Newsflash: Kinds of Houses – Igloo

In this breaking news segment, Lea Merriweather reports on the kinds of houses in Leonel’s first-grade young author book.

2010 and 2009 Clarion Award – Association of Women in Communications for excellence in children’s programming.

The Clarion Awards is a national program that recognizes excellence in all areas of communications. Green Screen Adventures has been selected to receive this honor twice!

“It is an honor to be recognized for the valuable work we are doing in the community,” notes Gail Sikevitz, director of educational programming for Weigel Broadcasting Co. and producer of Green Screen Adventures. “Inspiring children to write by featuring their stories on television is a powerful way to encourage young people to communicate and express themselves.”

2010 and 2008 Gabriel Award – The Catholic Academy for Communication Arts for Excellence in Programming

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Green Screen Adventures has been honored twice by The Catholic Academy for Communication Arts for excellence in programming. The award honors work that uplifts and nourishes the human spirit through the positive, creative treatment of concerns to humankind.

The Green Screen team represented Weigel Broadcasting Co. at the 2008 Gabriel Awards ceremony. Frank Murdock, the president of the Catholic Academy congratulates the group. Pictured (L to R) Jessica Carleton, Fred Weintraub, Liz O’Neill, Gail Sikevitz, Frank Murdock, Frankie Benavides, Ariel Coleman-Turner, and Christopher Faulkner.

2010 Telly Award for Children’s Programming

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The Telly Awards honor the finest film and video productions and outstanding local, regional, and cable television. Their mission has been to strengthen the visual arts community by inspiring, promoting, and supporting creativity.