Yearbook Staff Attends Summer Workshop at Gettysburg College
The Yearbook staff won 'Best Verbal Theme Presentation' award at the annual conference.
At the end of July, eight La Salle College High School students, along with moderator Mr. Simon Pinder, attended a three-day Yearbook Workshop on the historic campus of Gettysburg College. The students, who will form the core of the 2018 Yearbook Team, received the most thorough, up-to-date yearbook instruction available today, featuring some of the most highly acclaimed yearbook advisers in the nation and experts from all fields of journalism.
Key sessions included: theme concepts; graphic design; caption and headline writing; photography, photojournalism, and Photoshop; planning, production, and deadline management; marketing and promotion. Over the coming school year, the students' work on the yearbook will be incorporated into their one-credit, self-study 'Print Design Management' course and their experience at Gettysburg will have certainly given them a great head start.
The Print Management Course is one of our newest courses for the 2017-18 school year offered through our robust Information Sciences and Technology Department Curriculum. Learn more at http://www.lschs.org/academics/departments.
In photo, the 2018 Yearbook staff on their way to winning their 'Best Verbal Theme Presentation' award at Gettysburg College.
From left: Cameron Michie, Drew Meitner Bodman, Owen Ranck, Larson Kalinowski, Jose Fernandez-Duran, Chris Biddle, Emmanuel Freyre, Sean McCallum