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DURATION: 1:30-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:AP -- AP CLIENTS ONLYNew Orleans -- September 5, 20131. Medium of Warren Easton senior music student Jasmine Batiste performing the school's alma mater solo on sax2. Exterior of school (underlaid by sax music)3. Banner on school (underlaid by sax music)4. School wall of fame (underlaid by sax music)5. Pete Fountain listening to performance5. STILL: Pete Fountain with statue of himself (underlaid by sax music)6. SOUNDBITE: Jasmine Batiste, Warren Easton Senior7. SOUNDBITE: Pete Fountain, Musician8. Close, Fountain talking to people9. SOUNDBITE: Pete Fountain, Musician10. Closeup, "100 years" button11. STILL: Boat sitting in the street outside school after Katrina12. Medium, woman looking at board showing photographs13. Close, photographs14. STILL: Sandra Bullock at school15. Medium, crayon drawing of Bullock16. Close, Sandra Bullock plaque17. SOUNDBITE: Charles Foti, Warren Easton Alumnus/Former Louisiana Attorney General18. Medium, people posing for photograph19. Fountain shaking hands with Batiste (underlaid by sax music)20. Close of Batiste playing saxVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:17-YEAR-OLD JASMINE BATISTE IS PLAYING A SONG THAT WRITTEN A CENTURY AGO. HER SCHOOL'S ALMA MATER. THE SENIOR IS TAKING PART IN THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS FOR NEW ORLEANS' WARREN EASTON HIGH SCHOOL. A SCHOOL WITH A STRONG MUSICAL HISTORY.IN THE AUDIENCE--83-YEAR-OLD PETE FOUNTAIN. A JAZZ CLARINETIST WHO'S PLAYED WITH the LIKES OF LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HARRY CONNICK, JUNIOR.SOT: Jasmine Batiste, 17, Senior at Warren Easton: "i look up to Pete as a clarinet player. Even though I don't play clarinet, but he plays, he reads, so it was a huge honor for him to, you know, come up to me."SOT: Pete Fountain: "This is where I really, really started ..."FOUNTAIN GRADUATED FROM WARREN EASTON IN 1945.SOT: Pete Fountain: "It's amazing what they're doing with this school, you know. It's good."AMAZING IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT. THE SCHOOL WAS INUNDATED BY FLOODWATERS DURING HURRICANE KATRINA. IT WAS CLOSED FOR REPAIRS FOR A YEAR, REOPENING AS A CHARTER SCHOOL. ALONG THE WAY, ANOTHER FAMOUS FACE HAS MADE HER MARK HERE. ACTRESS SANDRA BULLOCK HAS DONATED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TOWARD THE REPAIRS, SCHOLARSHIPS, BAND UNIFORMS AND EVEN AN ON-CAMPUS HEALTH CLINIC.SOT: Charles Foti, Warren Easton Alumni: "This is a living monument to the history of this city and the numbers of great people that went here, and being great doesn't mean that they became really rich or really famous, but really enjoyed life."A HUNDRED YEARS AFTER ITS FOUNDING, WARREN EASTON WILL CONTINUE TO EDUCATE WELL INTO THE FUTURE.MATT FRIEDMAN. ASSOCIATED PRESS.