Panoche Valley School
A short documentary made by students of a one-room schoolhouse in Panoche Valley, San Benito County. Meet the ten students at Panoche Valley Elementary School and learn about the beautiful and remote area they live in.
CMAP (Community Media Access Partnership) is a subrecipient grantee of ZeroDivide's Generation ZD BTOP program and a non-profit tax-exempt public, education and government access media center that serves Gilroy, Hollister and San Juan Baustista. CMAP provides free and low-cost media literacy, multimedia storytelling, technology, and video production trainings to any local resident, to non-profit organizations and to the education community. CMAP has trained hundreds local residents, youth, educators, and staff from local non-profits and aired thousands of local media programs on its cable Channels for public, educational and for government access (channels 17, 18, 19, and 20), in community screenings and online at www.cmap.tv. CMAP provides professional development for educators in the areas of digital storytelling, media literacy, technology tools, claymation, and video production.
Produced in partnership between CMAP and the San Benito County Library.