Sacred Heart: Students sweep broadcast awards

The staff of Today From the Heart recently posed on the set and they have a lot to smile about with another win for their show.

The staff of Today From the Heart recently posed on the set and they have a lot to smile about with another win for their show.

Breaking news alert! Students in all three divisions at Convent of the Sacred Heart recently won awards at the Cablevision Educational Access Awareness Awards.

This is the sixth year in a row that the school’s original news program Today from the Heart was recognized as the top high school news show in the area. There were 37 students recognized at the awards ceremony.

In the Community/School Story category for the Lower School, third place went to Annabelle Hartch, Mary Clare Marshall and Mairead O’Connor for Acts of Kindness.

In the Middle School, third place went to Quinn Butler, Devon Gordon, Caroline Kulak, Emily Micciulli, Katie Miller, Jarvy O’Neill, Grace Paletta and Alexandra Yu for News from the Heart.

In the Upper School, third place went to Jennie Chieco for Nova Jazz: A Family On and Off the St.

In the Documentary category, first place went to Jenna Hascher and Caroline Keller for Not on the Sidelines: The Women of ESPN. Second place went to Erin Manning for Unexpected Gifts.

In the News category, first place went to Jackie Batrus, Bianca Chiappelloni, Sydney DeVoe, Amanda Crowell, Jennifer Esposito, Jenna Hascher, Christie Huchro, Grace Jorgensen, Amy LaFleur, Erin Manning, Grace McKenney, Christina Monaco, Emily Sabia, Jacqueline Thomas and Sydney Walker for Today from the Heart.

Second place in the Open Entry category went to Jane Mikus and Bridget Scaturro for Soldier’s Pride.

Third place went to Gabrielle Giacomo and Claren Hesburgh for Unplugged.

And in the Public Service Announcement category, second place went to Charlotte Jeffrey, Jane Mikus and Brooke Peeler for Take a Stance… Not a Chance.

The Educational Access Awareness Awards honor original student television productions cablecast during the school year on Cablevision Educational Access Channel 78.

Designed to encourage students to develop video production and storytelling skills by creating access television shows relevant to their school and community, the Educational Access Awareness Awards are designed to encourage students to develop video production and storytelling skills by creating access television shows relevant to their school and community.

Student videos are recognized in five separate categories — Public Service Announcement, School/Community Stories, News, Documentary and Open Entries.

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