“Getting to meet other people who share the same interest as me was awesome! Knowing that other people share your passions and can bond with you in that is super cool,” senior Cassie Pabst
Student journalists from all over the state attended the Missouri Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA) Journalism Day on March 28, including sixteen BSHS student journalists. Held at the University of Missouri-Columbia, the conference recognized and honored student publications in both print and media.Continue reading Wildcat TV celebrates award-winning ‘J Day’→
“Really it’s the relationships with the students because it’s different than a normal class. It’s a lot of fun to have those relationships with students that are different than a normal class,” sponsor Matt Marble on the rewards of teaching Wildcat TV.
“I think it made people pay attention. They were a lot more interesting than previous years’ videos. I think we presented them in a way that was fun and exciting for students to actually sit and listen to.” –senior Jake Ryan said.
The Wildcat TV crew spent weeks creating enrollment videos for BSHS students. The enrollment videos were made to better explain classes to take for the next year of high school. Creating these videos required a large investment of time and creativity.Continue reading Wildcat TV directs students into enrollment→
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