Welcome to the Candler County Charter Schools Video Production website. Please take a moment to enjoy the work that our High School and Middle School students are working on currently and the work that they have completed in the past. The video production teacher at Metter High School is Savannah College of Art and Design graduate Tony Lescak. The curriculum for the video program at Metter High School is based on the instruction that Mr. Lescak received at S.C.A.D. but follows the Course Standards of the Georgia Department of Education's Audio-Video Technology & Communications Career Cluster "Audio & Video Technology & Film" Course Number 10.51810. Students begin by learning the preproduction process; conceptual development, scriptwriting, and storyboarding. Each storyboard must be transformed into an animatic by taking still frame shots. This forces the student to focus solely on composition. Only after this painstaking planning process is complete may the student begin the video shoot. Students learn to work with crews, talent and administration. This develops soft skills such as social skills, networking and teamwork, in alignment with our charter school system vision and mission. Students also produce a morning news show called "Tiger Morning News' which keeps the whole school up to date as well as serving as a forum to showcase student video projects. The mission of the MHS Video Program is to provide students with the skills to pursue video production as a post-secondary opportunity or a vocation.