Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Thursday, May 4, 2017
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
NCHS student, Nathan Price wins 1st place award in the Radio Spot
Production category for his 60-second promotional announcement
created for WJEL Radio.
J. Everett Light Career Center media students captured six awards at the annual Indiana Association of School Broadcasters State Contest held at the University of Indianapolis on March 13th.
North Central High School student Nathan Price won a first place award in the Radio Spot Production category for his 60-second promotional announcement created for WJEL Radio. The recording was “skillfully produced” cited the judges. Nathan included sophisticated audio effects combined with a fun beat and rhythmic delivery. In the same category, Carmel student Anne Zachodni placed 2nd for her original WJEL promo that included great vocal delivery and harmony.
JEL students Lela Anthony, Zach Burton, Mya Tolliver and Truman Henderson combined their audio production skills to place 2nd in the Radio Imaging category.
Zach Burton, who hosts a weekly show on WJEL, placed 3rd in the Radio Air Personality competition. Zach was one of six finalists chosen from entries from 30 schools in Indiana. In the finals, Burton performed live on WICR, the voice of the University of Indianapolis.
Two other 3rd place awards were also brought home by JEL students. Evan Hay, was the 3rd place winner in the Short Film category. Hay produced a short titled “Peachy Nights,” a food-themed, humorous murder mystery.
The team of Malik Benberry, Taegrin Hughey and Abe Siaka put their skills together to place 3rd in the Sound Design category. The threesome produced vocals, soundtrack and sound effects for a short segment from the film “Open Season.”
The Digital Media Arts Department at JEL houses three classes; Animation and Film Production, Music and Sound Production and Digital Media Arts. The instructors are Mr. Tyler Hindman and Mr. Rob Hendrix.
Friday, March 10, 2017
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
CTE Week gives us time to reflect on the core values of Career Technical Education.
Service Learning is a key component to CTE. JELCC students modeled this value as they raised over 1,000 canned goods to donate to a local MSDWT elementry school food pantry, Nora Elementary School.
Nice work, JELCC students! We are proud of you!
Friday, February 17, 2017
So, why do we celebrate CTE?
And, CTE Increases Student Achievement!
Check out the Research:
- The more students participate in CTSO activities, the higher their academic motivation, academic engagement, grades, career self-efficacy, college aspirations and employability skills.
- Students at schools with highly integrated rigorous academic and CTE programs have significantly higher achievement in reading, mathematics and science than do students at schools with less integrated programs.
- CTE students are significantly more likely than their non-CTE counterparts to report that they developed problem-solving, project completion, research, math, college application, work-related, communication, time management, and critical thinking skills during high school.