Become a Guest on Where Are They Now?
We are looking for alumni from the class of 2005 and all previous years from Lenape, Shawnee, Cherokee & Seneca. Nominations are welcome from classmates, parents and teachers. In addition to individual interviews, we welcome group interviews of spouses who graduated from district schools, siblings who have unique careers and even inter-generational interviews of families – a parent and child, each of whom graduated from one of our schools.
If you are interested in nominating an alumnus, please view our list of past guests that have already appeared on Where Are They Now? If your suggestion is not on this list, please click here to nominate them. If you are interested in being considered for an interview, even if you live at a distance as we are able to conduct remote interviews via SKYPE video, please click here to fill out an online form.
A review panel will select alumni for interviews from the list of nominees.
Where Are They Now?
Lenape District Television (LDTV), the Lenape Regional High School District's educational access channel, produces an award-winning alumni interview show entitled Where Are They Now? The program features graduates of Lenape, Shawnee Cherokee and Seneca high schools who have attained a special level of recognition within their career field.
The program received two awards in 2004: The NSPA (National School Public Relations Association): Award of Merit - For Distinguished Achievement and the NJSBA (New Jersey School Boards Association): Award of Merit: Community Outreach.
Since 2002, the program has featured more than 125 alumni from Lenape, Shawnee and Cherokee high schools in a variety of professions. We also have the capability of interviewing alumni located almost anywhere in the world through the technology of SKYPE video telecommunications. LDTV has conducted interviews with alumni from sites throughout the United States and also from the countries of Chile, Uganda and Australia. Married couples and relatives can also be interviewed on the same episode. One of our programs featured the interview of 4 members of "The Hixon," a heavy metal band made up of Cherokee graduates from the classes of 1986 and 1988.