Degrees and Certifications:
MFA, Film & Animation AZ Teacher Certifications: BS Math Education CTE Provisional Certification STEM Mathematics Certification Mathematics (7-12) Certification
Jeremy Gemetta - Film, Television, Graphics
∈ ∇ ≡ "I felt so symbolic yesterday..." - Adam Duritz
During the 2020 COVID-19 closure, the best way to reach me is email@example.com
CHS Learning Hub
My Google Classroom (most deatiled, up to date information on my class work)
Remote school daily routine:
"Office" hours: 9 - 11:30 AM
This is when I make every effort to "meet" students and parents via google classroom or respond within a few minutes by e-mail. (No Michael Scott or Dwight Schrute available at this time)
Staff/Faculty Prep/Collaboration 1 PM to 4 PM or later
Like many folks these days, this is when I am often in teleconference meetings or actively engaged with other FUSD and CHS staff and Faculty.
I've lived in Flagstaff since 1997, took a "break" in NY and Delaware getting a terminal degree in Film & Animation production from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), while working on over 20 live action and animated films. I taught math, film production, and computer graphics at RIT, Sinagua High School and Coconino Community College. Me, my wife, and two kids are often seen roaming the open woods and deserts in the nearby area.
OVERVIEW: The Film, TV & Graphics Program...
...helps students learn practical creative/artistic technical skills, business acumen, teamwork, and soft skills in graphic design/print media, web design, and film & TV production. The program is project-centered, with inquiry and discovery-based learning, group and individual work.
Please Note: Students may be asked to participate in the filming or media coverage of FUSD events at any level of the program.
LEVEL 1 introduces students to file management, business etiquette/workflow, software selection, concepts used throughout the program. They will learn practical software techniques, using CMS and software such as Wix, Adobe Creative Cloud and Apple Final Cut Pro.
LEVEL 2 advances skill sets learned in Level 1. Students work on outside projects (in the school, district, and community) for credit, and are part of clubs/teams that function as real-world businesses, even earning revenue for the club to enhance the program.
LEVEL 3/4 provides several opportunities for students to fully specialize in a career field, while continuing to refine skills sets already learned. Students will have some internship and mentoring opportunities as well.