Beaufort Academy teacher Tom Savage, center, and his creative writing class, from left to right, Brandon Massalon, Jeffrey Miller, Miranda Weslake, Nicole Schmiege, Charles Sanford, Rebecca Strawn, Briley Langehans and Carli Cline get into character Thursday morning at Beaufort Academy. The class wrote, produced and starred in their web series "Lay Off" as part of a project last trimester.
Beaufort Academy teacher Tom Savage, center, and his creative writing class, from left to right, Brandon Massalon, Jeffrey Miller, Miranda Weslake, Nicole Schmiege, Charles Sanford, Rebecca Strawn, Briley Langehans and Carli Cline get into character Thursday morning at Beaufort Academy. The class wrote, produced and starred in their web series "Lay Off" as part of a project last trimester. Staff photo
Beaufort Academy teacher Tom Savage, center, and his creative writing class, from left to right, Brandon Massalon, Jeffrey Miller, Miranda Weslake, Nicole Schmiege, Charles Sanford, Rebecca Strawn, Briley Langehans and Carli Cline get into character Thursday morning at Beaufort Academy. The class wrote, produced and starred in their web series "Lay Off" as part of a project last trimester. Staff photo

Beaufort Academy students go for the laughs (and teacher's job) with Web series

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