Friday, June 22, 2012

Longfellow Videos Win at California Student Media Festival

Longfellow Students Win Three at State Video Contest Longfellow Spanish Immersion School students won three state level video production awards at the 46th Annual California Student Media Festival. Open to students in grades K-12, the festival is the the nation's oldest student video contest.

Students won in the Foreign Language category for their films entitled “Pedro Pollito” and “Don Quijote,” and in the Bilingual Education category for their film “Dia de los Muertos.”

To view Longfellow’s winning entries, visit

Longfellow has won a total of nine awards in the last three years.

For more information on Longfellow’s multimedia program, contact Cary Knight at To learn more about the California Student Media Festival and the 2012 winners, visit the festival website.