Monday, December 10, 2012
The high school will get $5,000.
The hard work and continued voting paid off! Peters Township High School won the Tribune Review 2012 High School Lip Dub Contest, according to information Peters Patch received from a high school teacher. The grand prize is $5,000 and 100 Lip Dub T-Shirts. The lip dub shows off the students' school spirit and is to the tune of Katy Perry's "Firework." The production was organized by the Video Club and shot by Christian Nossokoff. The video has more than 4,000 views on YouTube. Share your congratulations in the comments below!
Saturday, November 17, 2012
You can vote for Peters Township High School's video up to 10 times each day!
We told you about Peters Township High School's lip-dub video last week. Well, now the students need your votes. The video is part of the Tribune Review lib-dub contest to show school spirit. Students were charged to create a video in one unedited shot using one of 10 approved songs—and school officials even say "the result is AMAZING." You can help Peters bring home the prize by registering and voting for PTHS. Voting continues through 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6. Once you are registered to vote, you may vote up to 10 times each day. The winner will be selected by votes only. There will only be one grand prize of $5,000, and one runner up selected who will win $1,000. Go here to vote.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Students lip synch through the high school to the tune of 'Firework.'
It's a video you just have to see! The Peters Township High School video club uploaded a lip-dub video to YouTube on Friday that already has dozens of views. From back flips off the wall to volleyballs flying back and forth in the hallway, this action-packed video is sure to entertain! Students walk backwards through the school to the tune of "Firework," by Katy Perry. What do you think of the YouTube video? Tell us in the comments below!
Monday, March 7, 2011
How do we foment good girl power upon our young daughters?
When Hollywood songwriters provided Katy Perry with "California Girls" last summer, I got in on the craze, just like anyone else with a radio. Catchy as it is though, it’s absolutely a pop culture gateway drug. At first it’s just a harmless little buzz about summer and sand in our stilettos. Like all great hooks, it grabs you. Next thing you know, you’re having a "Teenage Dream." "You can put your hands on me in my skin tight jeans." Hmm. Now that the Perry addiction is in full force, we can be a "Firework." So raw is the conveyance of despair that if you thought you were a regular kid before you heard it, after a few rewinds you’ll be sure to find something wrong with yourself so as to identify with the irresistible glamour of pain. …