Students get a lesson in technology while being able to look at a future career

Sioux City (KTIV)-  Students at East Middle School in Sioux City are getting a unique education in technology.

7th graders in the digital music class are getting the chance to get in front of a green screen.

They are learning how to take pictures in front of the screen, and then edit them into pictures they take off the Internet.

Those pictures include backgrounds from around the world.

Students say the experience can help them in their future careers.

“Actually, I want to be a photographer when I’m older so, this could benefit me this year,” says 7th grader Annabelle Helton.

The kids say this class is their favorite one of the day!

Ashly Richardson

Ashly Richardson

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