New Tech learners Jessica Akey, Chris Prenkert, Mika Farinella, Bradley Holland created a WWII video as a school project. Submitted photo
New Tech learners Jessica Akey, Chris Prenkert, Mika Farinella and Bradley Holland created a WWII video as a school project. Submitted photo

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Niles New Tech learners create WWII video

Published 5:30pm Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Learners in Niles New Tech Entrepreneurial Academy spent a good portion of April creating videos intended to inform citizens on the role of the United States in World War II, while honoring those who lost their lives for our freedom.

Learners got into groups of four to complete the project.

Leader Publications will be providing links to the top videos in the coming days.

May 8 and 9 are nationally honored as the time of remembrance and reconciliation for those that lost their lives during the Second World War.

This video was created by Jessica Akey, Chris Prenkert, Mika Farinella and Bradley Holland.

Here is what they said about their video:

“As learners at Niles New Tech, we sought to honor soldiers who fought in World War II.  In our video we depict Axis Aggression through the Nazi Invasion of Poland.”

You can access the video by using this video link.

 

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