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Sidney High School's SRTV provides hands on career skills

 

Amanda Tafolla / The Sun-Telegraph

Zane Autry, Andrew King and Seth Hawkins are live on SRTV Wednesday at Sidney High School.

Sidney Raiders Television, or SRTV, is becoming something to watch not only for Sidney students, but for those in the community as well.

Matt McKay, tech coordinator, and Roger Gallaway, technology facilitator for Sidney Public Schools, started SRTV as a club three years ago. The club began slow and has grown exponentially since that time. According to Gallaway, they started with a laptop computer and a few members. When the administration approached them about turning their club into class, they were more than happy to say yes.

McKay was a science teacher and Gallaway had a background in...



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