In NBC's School Pride TV show, cameras will follow students, teachers and parents as they motivate their community to renovate the school. Making use of local businesses and skilled local labor, the community will make over classrooms, public spaces, art and music halls, and athletic facilities in School Pride (NBC TV show). The work will include everything from re-painting and re-carpeting to improving the utilities, and updating the technology systems of the school.
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- Released: 15 Oct 2010
- Runtime: 60 min
- Genre: Reality-TV
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- Actors: Susie Castillo, Jacob Soboroff, Tom Stroup, Kym Whitley
- Language: English
- Country: USA
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Bring Back the Arts!
Episode 1x7; Nov 26, 2010
1x7: Bring Back the Arts!
1x6: Pride of the Neighborhood
1x5: Hometown Heroes
1x4: Don't Shut Us Down!
1x3: Rising from the Flood
1x2: Follow the Teachers!
1x1: Soaring Eagles!
Susie Castillo as Co-Host
Kym Whitley as Herself
Tom Stroup as Himself
Jacob Soboroff as Co-Host
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