Interviewing, writing, shooting, voicing and editing, the 12th grade mass communications students have Just finished the first edition of their weekly news show MHS Voice.
More than just reading morning announcements, these student journalists must brainstorm newsworthy stories, secure interviews and produce an informative video that is visually appealing. Each 60-90 second video produced represents 5-8 hours of work by each student.
Special thanks to senior producer Sara Deriso and assistant producer Jaylin Clark for consistently showing initiative, leading the project and following it through to completion.
The Mass Comm. Center always provides real world experiences, opportunities to work collaboratively and authentic audiences for completed student projects. After all, that's what high school should be about.