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1/2 day and lots of segments
This week we cover things that Shawnee Students never say, and the importance of hallway etiquitte. Ryan Wilson and crew shows us what it takes to get a segment to air on the morning show, and we close the show with the photos of the week.

09 Dec 2012
Welcome Medford Memorial Students!
Today's show was hosted by Dan Moral and Christy Osler. We had a special visit from Medford Memorial Middle School. Ryan Wilson asks Shawnee students what their favorite holiday song is. Eileen Kenny and crew produced the school thrift store. Next, Brandon Harris and Braeden Yoncak go on a desert adventure. Finally, we closed the show with a promo for the basketball home opener and photo of the week.

30 Nov 2012
Attack of the Alumni
This week, past seniors Kara Tabor and Gabe Gollub return to host the show. We started the show asking Shawnee students what they're doing for Thanksgiving. Chioma lost her dog, and "finds him", and finally, Ali Reid goes all out with her sneaky dancing. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend.

21 Nov 2012
Segments, Segments, Segments
Eric Biehn and Gabi Flamini hosted today's show. We started off with Connor's new Smoothie King Promo. Chioma get's a new job serving pizza, Shawnee students play hide-and-seek during the blackout, and students are asked how excited they are for Blue and White Night. We closed this week's show with the Photo of the Week and a promo for the $1 Shawnee Wakeup Shout outs.

16 Nov 2012
Blackouts Don't Stop ShawneeTV!
After yesterday's power outage, we were not able to run a full length show. However we were able to cover a few things. David Thomas awkwardly asks a bunch of girls to homecoming and Ali Reid shows us some more sneaky dancing. Also, we had a surprise visit from Shawnee Alumni, Lauren Mathis and Melissa Storm, who also hosted the show.

09 Nov 2012
Shawnee High School Mock Presidential Debate 2012
Youth 4 Truth sponsored a Mock Presidential Debate as an assembly at Shawnee High School.

The Shawnee TV Crew produced the event and simulcasted live.

This was the first political debate in Shawnee history, and Y4T put the event together soon after the organization was established.

The debate was based off of a town hall format where history students were selected to ask questions they formulated through collaboration in class. Students were also selected to create responses while portraying the candidates.

05 Nov 2012
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