1. Michelle Moreno is an out-going, athletic Mexican-American 10th grader. She attends Blair High School's Health Careers Academy and is committed to joining the US Army upon graduation. Michelle is inspired by the memory of her late father, who taught her to always stand up for herself.

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  2. New principal Shannon Malone believes she can truly make a difference at Cleveland Elementary, where she connects with the students and community, with a focus on personal growth.

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  3. Eric Gothold is a musician, theatre guy, and former art teacher. For the last 20 years, "Mr. G" has also been the assistant principal at Washington Middle School, where he works hard to synthesize his administrative responsibilities and artistic inclinations.

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  4. Mary Ting is a 7th grade student enrolled in Blair Middle School's International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years program. She enjoys going to public school because it keeps her "entertained," and because she gets to see her friends and learn interesting things.

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  5. Connie DeLaTorre is a community assistant at Jefferson Elementary School. From making coffee to managing money to speaking at board meetings, "the woman with a thousand jobs" makes everyone's life a little bit less stressful.

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50 Films (from the Go Public documentary project)

Robert Corr

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On May 8, 2012, fifty small camera crews followed a wide-ranging group of individuals who participate, attend, support and work in the School District. Teachers, students, principals, volunteers and many others revealed


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On May 8, 2012, fifty small camera crews followed a wide-ranging group of individuals who participate, attend, support and work in the School District. Teachers, students, principals, volunteers and many others revealed their unique involvement in what makes a public school district function. This film will be the story of public school at the moment things are happening. No voice-over narrative and no expert commentaries. By filming over one complete day, we had access to the struggles and resolutions that often occur many times in an average day. Through personal stories, Go Public will be a film that articulates the experiences of navigating a typical day in public school.

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