Center Joint USD
The SEVA Studio at Oak Hill Elementary is a full media program with an illustrious past. The program has earned an impressive number of SEVA Awards, Honorable Mentions and finalists since they first started with the SEVAs. At Oak Hill, students are able to kick start their media education from a young age that they can then continue throughout Middle School and High School all within the Center Joint Unified School District. Partnerships across schools in the district is a shining example of how a media pathway can set students on the road to success.
Creative Expression 4-6: 2020 – The Peculiar and Unlucky Months (SEVA Award)
Creative Expression 4-6: Substitute, Don’t Pollute (Honorable Mention)
Documentary K-3: Looping Class (SEVA)
School News 4-6: Otter Outlook (Honorable Mention)
Instructional 4-6: How to Make a California Salt Dough Map (Honorable Mention)
Instructional 4-6: How to Swim the Butterfly Stroke (Honorable Mention)
School News 9-12: Oak Hill GATE Story (Honorable Mention)
Creative Expression 4-6: Trash Experiment (Honorable Mention)
Documentary 4-6: Creating Awareness for ALS (Honorable Mention)
Instructional 4-6: Ways to Save Water (SEVA)
Instructional 4-6: How to Play Handball (Honorable Mention)
SEVA Teacher Katie Edwards
Katie Edwards is a part of the Media Teacher Group at Oak Hill Elementary in the Center Joint Unified School District. Mrs. Edwards is truly a team player and helps her students as well as her fellow teachers in so many ways! When we spend time in her classroom, it’s hard to keep track because she seems to be in many places at once. She is willing to take on whatever role is needed to ensure the students have the support they need. Mrs. Edwards also knows the importance of all the skills that her students are learning through media. She helps students learn from each other, which encourages them to build stronger bonds as a school community. In this way, she allows students to build their school spirit, while they are able to express their creativity and individuality which happens to be one of her favorite parts of teaching.