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Polson Middle School has a class called PNN. “What is PNN?” you ask. Well, it stands for Pirates News Network. Still confused? PNN teaches students how to be television news reporters, how to use professional cameras, and to report school related stories. “It is really fun and challenging” says Emilie Corley, an 8th grade PNN student. “Awesome!” stated Cheyenne O’Connor, a former PNN student. “PNN is pretty great!” replied Breana Vanderhoof, an 8th grader. “PNN is amazing because of the most won-derful, fantastic teacher, Mr. Clay Herring who has been directing PNN for a lengthy number of years.” “I thought it was one of the best programs this school can have to make kids independent,” Mr. Herring said during a recent interview. “Polson has future television reporters. You just have to take a closer look,” he continued.


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