On Wednesday, Dec. 21, CHS will film our first ever lip dub!
What's a lip dub? The term "lip dubbing" was first coined in 2006 and is a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video. Many schools have used a lip dub to promote school pride and to show the many activities that take place within the school. The trick to filming a lip dub is that there in only one non-stop recording from beginning to end, so once 'record' is pressed, the camera will walk throughout the school as students and staff representing the many clubs and activities, lip sync to a song.
Our lip dub is being organized by teacher, Jill Paopao and her Performing Arts classes. The CHS student body voted to use the song, Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO. We plan to film from 10:00-11:30 Wednesday morning with the hopes of returning after lunch to watch the video before dismissing for break.
If all goes well, the video will be hosted online so families and friends can view the lip dub during the holiday break.