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Crossroads Elementary School Robotics Film Festival
Science Teacher Jaymee Clemens records the votes of students and staff after a showing of the robotics film festival entries. The student film, Dear Santa. The student film, The Kit Kat. Haley Ranalli, Peyton Lehring, Cara Knott, Michael Yearns and Jayden Gajdik walk the red carpet.
Matthew Parrot, Wick Van Dolah, Tyler Stevenson and Kaydence Durall on the red carpet.
They are Trailblazers! Jack Szabo, Mason Roach, Robbie Rogers, Farrah Snyder and Alayna Wells appear on the Crossroads red carpet.
Skylar Brayden, Charles Tipton and Jacob Wetzel walk the red carpet.
One of the student films involved playground safety. Tommy Hittle, Luke Lemarre, Emily Richardson and Paige Skelton take their turn on the red carpet.
Cara Lynn McCord, Christian Davis, Nolan Smith and Erick Guandique pose on the red carpet.
Special trophies were awarded to winning student films. Student filmmakers Elena Mcgarry, Emily Key, Johnathon Bensing and Caden Cox. A Kentucky Society for Technology in Education (KySTE) grant of nearly $20,000 was awarded for Crossroads to host the festival.
Crossroads student filmmakers Kali Grubb, Abagail Hoff, Brian Brock and Jediah Estes Stork walked the red carpet and posed for photos.
The first annual Crossroads Elementary School robotics film festival.
Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165