High school seniors Max Retik and Hailey Burns worked closely with teacher advisor Gabe Rhodes to create a short piece on the legacy of school principal Dr. William Miron which premiered at the 1st Annual Crystal Apple Awards.

Dr. Miron, who had attended the Millburn school system since elementary school, became the first MHS wrestling state champion before graduating and later accepting a job as a math teacher there. He then rose to become vice principal, and eventually principal.

The mini-documentary featured interviews from classmates, coaches, colleagues, and friends of Miron.

You can watch the full piece here, or on the Livestream page.

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