Chiefs of Santaluces: Sebastian Scionti

Richard Dye, Staff Writer

“Being on the Chief TV can be fun, but also nerve-racking at the same time. I enjoy doing it and recording it everyday with all my friends. However, it can be very nerve-racking because you’re putting your face in front of thousands of people, depending on whether teachers actually show the announcements in the morning. I get nervous almost all the time and we have to get like therapy sessions before we go on. Other than that, it has been a fun experience over the past four years of high school. It usually takes about 30┬áminutes between writing the script, putting it on the prompter, getting everything set up and actually recording it. We do everything during school and there’s a specific class for TV productions. I have made good friends and enjoyed every skit we have ever put together.”