This year’s newspaper will continue to make major leaps and bounds with the help of a much smaller and cohesive staff. A organized workspace and tighter bonds between staff members can aid in the production of a successful paper.
On Valentines Day, Crimson Record staff members each created hearts for other staff members to write praises on. Amanda Rhodes (12) decided to post her heart on the back cabinet.
Editor In Chief Virginia Johnson (12) created a google doc for next issue ideas. Each staff member got to pick three story ideas. Virginia will assign stories to writers at a later date.
The newspaper graveyard is located in the back of room 351. This graveyard is for old and left over papers. These papers are recycled after the staff is done discussing and editing past mistakes.
The last newspaperissue 6was delivered right on schedule. This would not have been possible without the reminder of story, photo, and design deadlines.
The December issue is posted on the board so staff members can appreciate all of their hard work.
A contact sheet was made so staff members can stay updated with each other. Staffers need to stay in contact to make sure that deadlines are met and that newspapers are distributed on time.
The Crimson Record mascot, Crim, sits on a computer monitor as the class diligently works on their story assignments