Steele News Live Packages

 

IMG_7998

 

I was a part of my high school’s news team, Steele News Live. During my senior year of high school, I helped produce, anchor, and direct 140 live newscasts. Additionally, I produced the six packages and one three-part series featured below.

 

What exactly does it take to be a lunch lady, gym teacher, or elf? I tried my hand at these jobs and found that these under-appreciated professions are not as easy as they look.

Winner of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Lower Great Lakes Region’s 2015 Student Production Award in the category Arts and Entertainment.

 

Between homework, jobs, and extracurriculars, many students feel that there is not enough time in the day to give back to their community. We reached out to as many different organizations over the course of two months to demonstrate just how easy it can be to make a big difference in the community.

Winner of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Lower Great Lakes Region’s 2015 Student Production Award in the category Public Affairs and Community Service.

 

You’ve probably heard the phrase “think before you post” at least 100 times. But what exactly are the consequences for students who post inappropriate messages on social media?

 

Caroline Stokes is only a sophomore in high school, but she has already been on several mission trips to Ukraine. Her goal? To spread love and hope to orphans in Ukraine’s harshest environments.

 

Femi Fabiku was just 16 years old when his family moved from his home in Africa to Amherst, Ohio. Although he’s faced numerous challenges, his teammates and teachers have helped him assimilate.

 

An entertaining showcase of the different clubs offered to students at Amherst Steele High School.

 

An informative guide for high school students looking to play sports at the collegiate level. How can you tell if you are a victim of mass mailings or if you are truly being recruited?