Archive for December, 2016

Journalism students create photo-essays

December 22, 2016
Journalism students create photo-essays

Students in Mr. Pesa’s journalism class created original photo-essays as part of a unit on photojournalism. Students chose a theme, took their own photos, wrote cutlines (captions), introductions and reflections, edited some of the photos in Photoshop, and created their own presentation websites on Weebly.com.

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Journalism Students Attend Conference At University of Maryland College Park

December 20, 2016
Journalism Students Attend Conference At University of Maryland College Park

High schoolers who plan to pursue a career in journalism, and students who love to shoot photographs, attended a special event called J-Day (Journalism Day). During this annual event held at University of Maryland College Park, many high school students took advantage of the opportunity to learn important skills that make their photojournalism work valuable.

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New nail tech students host Grand Opening

December 20, 2016
New nail tech students host Grand Opening

The new nail technology students had their Grand Opening on December 5, 2016. Every year, Ms. Bridgeforth sponsors a Grand Opening for her new students so people can get to know them. The new techs also have their official day to meet the new clients they will serve in the Cosmetic Services Salon. The new techs demonstrated the skills they have learned so far in the class. They provided complimentary manicures to the ladies from Our Lady of Fatima Senior Center. They serviced not only them, but also students and teachers at Patterson High School.

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Author speaks to students about surviving rape

December 20, 2016
Author speaks to students about surviving rape

Kenneth Rogers, author of “Raped Black Man,” visited Patterson High School on Dec 13, 2016, to talk to students about rape survivors.

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Patterson AFJROTC March at Veterans Day Parade

December 20, 2016
Patterson AFJROTC March at Veterans Day Parade

On Veterans Day, Lieutenant Colonel Jones and Technical Sergeant Smith took over 20 Air Force Junior ROTC students on a field trip to a parade honoring veterans. The students all marched downtown through the Baltimore City Council. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was there for the veterans and many retired military vets that fought and have survived. JROTC students from multiple schools marched in the parade alongside survivors of the Vietnam War, the Korean War, and World War 2. Some of the battles the World War 2 veterans fought in include the Soviet Union, the Pacific, the Battle of Manila, the Battle of Corregidor, and the Battle of Pearl Harbor. The first woman who joined the National Guard also attended and were on stage giving speeches.

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Baltimore City Schools should have more interactive field days

December 13, 2016

By: Christian Pietrowski Baltimore City Public schools aren’t as interactive as people may think. I think every city school should have at least one field day where the students go outside and play games and interact with each other. In other Maryland districts every school from elementary to High school do field days at least […]

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Parent Life Club Provides Support For Teen Parents

December 6, 2016

Are you a new parent or expecting to become a new parent? If you’re having problems or need help or support with your child, there’s a group called Parent Life that can help. Parent Life is a group that helps and gives you advice with your child. They help you set goals, they talk about self-awareness, etc. If you might need help with anything like providing for your child, they’re there. One call and they’re on their way.

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