Seniors poured into the library media center to participate in College Day. Local college representatives and guidance counselors were on hand to assist students will filling out applications. The librarians and Mr. Babcock helped to troubleshoot if there was a computer glitch. The local colleges were waiving fees on this day, and seniors were very excited about applying to the colleges of their choice. Check out how the day went by playing the video below!
Today, Mr. Maddox’s film studies classes came in for a lesson on how to use the green screen. Mrs. Layne demonstrated how to drop a photo or movie behind people on iMovie. She then walked the students into the movie room, explained how students can use the room, took quick clips with the iPad, and then the students worked with the short video clips using iMovie.
We love the school spirit we have been seeing in the morning during Homecoming Week. Yesterday, Mrs. Layne grabbed shots of people dressed in camouflage and farmer outfits, and today she caught people dressed in tacky clothing and pajamas. I shared some photos here, but if you would like to see more, please go to our Facebook page.
Love books? Gasp in shock when someone has not read your favorite book? Then, you need to stop by for our Reading Club. We will meet during all lunches on Wednesday, November 5th in the library conference room. You may bring your lunch. Be prepared to discuss books to movies …. which is better – the book or the movie. Why?
Also, Cosplay Friday is rescheduled to Thursday, November 6th. The theme is heroes vs. villains. Win prizes for the best costume! Remember that your costume needs to match dress code.
On Friday (the 10th) morning, one of our students spent time decorating part of our library for Halloween. During the day, Mr. Babcock used the tv in the center area of the library to introduce students to Prezi Pro. While he was doing that, Mrs. Layne was working with Mrs. Potter’s English classes and showing them how to use DISCUS.