A little revolution is brewing at Seaside High after administrators apparently cut the school's digital media classes: Digital Photography, Multi-Media-Video Production, and Cinema Arts.
Instructor Hayward Perez was told the classes were being cut because student enrollment was not strong enough.
Perez was surprised because students were enthusiastic about producing "Spartan Vision" a digital magazine that turned out to be very popular in the school, she said. "It was a huge hit with students," she said.
So students did what any digitally creative person would do. They made a video.
They are also planning to protest at Monday's school board meeting. Stay tuned.