Over thirty five years of Salem School District Educational Access Television encapsulated in to three and a half minutes. Watch closely for John Moody, Jane Batts, Coach Jack Gati, Mike Delahanty, Bernie Campbell, Helen Ferguson, Bob Rhoades, John Kelly, Dr. Henry LaBranche, Don Desmaris, Dick O'Shaughnessy, Art Berlin, Brad Delp, Katie King, Judge Robert Marshall, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, The Letter People, The Salem flood of 1987, The Rockingham Park fire, and the Salem High School Marching Band. The segment was originally produced to commemorate the retirement of Arthur Berlin, Director of Media Services .
Another montage celebrating thirty years of educational access television in salem NH. Featuring Town Manager Bill Kelly, Mike Carney, Richard Noyes, WVNH , Guy Ackerman, Jim Davis, Russ Bauters, Ronald Reagan, Charlie Miller, Jane Batts, SHS Cheerleaders, Mike Dill, Katie King, SHS Principal Carl Weist, SHS Band Director Jack Caldon,Paul Huard, Sean Cox, Joe Foster, Greg Paris, First Lady Rosalyn Carter and the infamous " milk is fun!"
Test flight at the Salem, NH school district fields.
Produced for the Great Salem Chamber of Commerce , this video illustrates Salem's commerce, recreation, education, government, safety and the quality of life that Salem residents enjoy. A coproduction of the Salem Chamber and Salem School District Media Services circa 1990.
The "We Can" video written and produced by the students and staff of the Salem School District . www.sau57.org
Take a look back at 50 years of Salem Pride at Salem High School in Salem, NH
Salem High School TVII Magazine Visits the New Rockingham Mall in Salem New Hampshire.
Salem School District Health Education Coordinator Louise Hagen presents Ollie Acorn's visit to Ms Mulligan, Ms Doyle and Ms Russo's classroom in the mid 1980's . Ollie was portrayed by SHS TV Production teacher Jay Stone and the program was produced by SHS TV production students.
John Kelly interviews Dr Paul O. Johnson, Superintendent of Schools in Salem, NH for 22 years. Dr Johnson reflects on the remarkable growth in the 1960's and why "Salem Schools Made a Difference" . Recorded in 2007. Produced by Salem School District Media Services