Friday, March 8, 2013
Check out this video of the best high school snowboarders in the state.
There's a lot of cool stuff going on in White Lake and Highland. Luckily, some of it is posted on YouTube. Every once in a while, White Lake-Highland Patch will pick YouTube videos to feature. Today's pick is a video posted by user AGA Nation and shows the Michigan high school snowboarding championship competition at Alpine Valley in White Lake. Do you know of a YouTube video that highlights White Lake or Highland? Send the link to email@example.com and it could be featured on White Lake-Highland Patch.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Here's what people had to say about the Milford High School students who were suspended for their "Harlem Shake" video on YouTube.
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Some members of the community say the school is sending mixed messages about what is appropriate.
The community is still buzzing about the Milford High School students who were suspended after they filmed a "Harlem Shake" video in the school and posted it to YouTube. Today Fox 2 News is reporting that some people think the school has a double standard. A second YouTube video filmed at Milford High School, which you can watch to the right, shows four male students wearing only boxers dancing at the school's Mr. Milford pageant. Some people told Fox News that the school is sending mixed messages about what is appropriate on school grounds. "They shouldn't have let them do it in the Mr. Milford pageant if it's a big deal," Sean Alfano told Fox News. Others say they see the difference in the videos in the eyes of the school. "The …
Monday, February 25, 2013
Several Milford High School students are suspended after shooting videos and posting them to YouTube.
A group of Milford High School students have been suspended for making their own version of the "Harlem Shake" video and posting it to YouTube. While the Oakland Press reports at least 30 students were suspended for five days, Patch could not confirm the information. Kim Root, Huron Valley Schools director of communications and community relations, confirmed that students were suspended but could not be specific on the number of students nor the specific types of discipline that were received. According to Root, there were actually two videos that were shot at the school and posted to YouTube, but one of the videos has been removed. "The students in question violated several areas of our student code of conduct and with increased use of …