I was lucky enough to guide a team of young student journalists while they created a weekly publication. Below, are the diligent young journalists who were writers, contributors, researchers, and photographers who succeeded in publishing 28 editions of the school newspaper.

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Role of the Editors

When working on a student publication, student editors only need a little bit of direction in order to accomplish ambitious articles. They can delegate tasks with their peers and make their work efficient. Below is a list of one of the checklists that I gave to our student editors. This document lays out our short term direction and specifies achievable targets for upcoming issues of the school newspaper.


School News

This section focused on any updates, announcements, changes, or initiatives that would be important to our school community.


College News

This section gave seniors the opportunity to spotlight the successes of their friends who had recently gotten into prestigious colleges or received scholarships.


Community Service

This section was dedicated to the hard working clubs and organizaitons that gave back to the community throughout the school year.


Science News

This section often covered news about our Math and Science Magnet students; however, occasionally students would write feature articles about scientific breakthroughs in the world.


Arts and Culture

This section chronicled the music, poetry, theater, and visual arts that make a school campus vibrant.


Sports News

This section celebrated the successes of our student athletes, as well as checked in on famous alums.


Student Recognition

This section allowed for teachers to spotlight student successes, as well as celebrate senior birthdays.