At New Haven High, there are two classes that will be influencing this website for years to come. The journalism class, which will be head by New Haven High’s new English teacher, Serena Kelly, and the TV/Video class, taught by Mrs. Katie Borcherding
Melissa Schwab, who has been in charge of the journalism class so far, said “I'm extremely excited to see this transition happen because it will give the school and the students in the class so much more connection to the community. I love the idea that the journalism class can be a voice for the community as a whole and cannot wait to watch how this expansion grows and blooms over the next year!”
The journalism class will be primarily responsible for writing and posting articles about the school and community. Meanwhile, the Tv/Video class will be posting videos that they will be making throughout the year. When asked about the school taking over QNN, Mrs. Borcherding exclaimed, “I'm excited! I think that it is a great thing for the students to run; it gives them real world experience writing, reporting, running a website, and producing photos .... viewed by their peers, parents, and the entire New Haven Community…. With the loss of our local newspaper, this gives New Haven a chance to highlight all of the good things that happen within our schools and community.”
The Journalism and Video students of NHHS are thankful to Kyle Quick for his generosity and excited to use the website to share the school with the community.