Lafayette High School news. Student-run.

The Lancer Feed

Lafayette High School news. Student-run.

The Lancer Feed

Lafayette High School news. Student-run.

The Lancer Feed

Be Part Of The 2024-2025 Journalism Program

HOW TO LEARN ABOUT LHS JOURNALISM!

1) CURRICULUM NIGHT: JAN. 23 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Visit Our Table in the Commons or Stop By Room 137A To Meet Current Staff Members & Get A Tour
2) ACLAB OPEN HOUSE: Jan 24 Sign up for Either Mod with Nancy Smith
Visit Room 137A To Learn About Journalism Classes From Current Student Publications Staff Members & Ask Questions

Joining Lafayette StuPub means more than being a student in just another class. You will be part of a special group with a LONG tradition of EXCELLENCE. You will have amazing opportunities. The learning experiences will benefit you now and continue to provide you with benefits long after you leave Room 137A.
— Mrs. Nancy Smith, Publications Adviser

What You Need To Know About The Journalism Program /Course Information

Our student staff members love welcoming new students to our team to produce the website (The Lancer Feed), print magazine (Image), videos, social media (@thelancerfeed) and yearbook (Legend).

We think being part of the journalism program will be a highlight of your time at Lafayette. The prerequisite courses will prepare you to do the work required for the publications. In the Digital Media Production, News Production or Yearbook Production class you will find an experience very different from any class you have ever taken before.

Student editors are responsible for the staffs and the content produced. You will have a lot of individual freedom to work in areas and on projects that specifically interest you. Student Publications staff members also get the chance to travel to national journalism conventions and compete in contests. Also, working on a high school publication looks fantastic on college applications.

Jack Robeson

To get involved, all you need to do is register for the appropriate classes when you complete your enrollment form online for next year. There are three prerequisite courses and three Production classes. Most students take a prerequsite course first semester and then join one of the Production teams second semester. These are the courses available in the journalism program:

Journalism Writing & Reporting (1 semester Language Arts elective credit) *best for News or Yearbook Production
Visual Journalism (1 semester CTE credit) *best for Yearbook Production
Intro to Digital Media Production (Full Year CTE credit) *required for Digital Media Production
Digital Media Production (CTE credit for two semesters; may be repeated multiple times for elective credit)
News Production (CTE credit for two semesters; may be repeated multiple times for elective credit)
Yearbook Production (CTE credit for two semesters; may be repeated multiple times for elective credit)
If you were on a middle school publication staff or are willing to attend a summer workshop, you may be able to skip prerequisite course

If you want more details:
email our adviser at [email protected]

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