Norman North Media Program

Student video production has a long history in the Norman Oklahoma Public Schools.  Students first produced an experimental video series in 1979, taking advantage of local cable television access.  The Norman Public Schools soon became pioneers in the use of video and cable television in an instructional environment.  The Media Production program proved popular with students and the community of Norman who were able to enjoy and benefit from the students’ video work on the school district’s educational cable access channel.  Since those first steps, the Media Program, as well as the school district, have grown.  When Norman North High School opened in 1997, its media lab provided an extension of the district's Media Program to the new school.  This lab, and the curriculum it supports, provide educational opportunities directly to an average of 300 students per year.

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This site was last updated 2-12-2012