PARKER SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLUB
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QUOTE OF THE WEEK
The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.
- Lao Tzu
DID YOU KNOW?
The average person will spend six months of their life waiting for red lights to turn green.
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MEMBER OF THE MONTH
Ladies and gentleman, the time has come to announce the final member of the month for the 2021-2022 school year. Congratulations to Kai Kuali'i (class of 24')!
Kai has been Parker Press' MVP all year. Every single week he produces a witty meme to greet visitors on the home page that is bound to make them smile. He has also consistently added another completely original comic to his Life, Death, Tacos, and Hot Pockets series each week that everyone can enjoy, which now consists of 17 installments!
Thank you Kai for all your hard work this year! Parker Press leadership greatly appreciates you and your fellow club members acknowledge and admire your consistency and commitment. You are the best!
Read the full HERE article for more info and to see why his club members nominated him!
You can read more about Kai on the about us page of our website!
As the journalism club of Parker School, we are proud to share a variety of student work including articles, comics, memes, photography, creative writing and spotlighted clubs. Our goals are to create a setting where students can get excited to collaborate with others, learn real-life skills, and share what they are passionate about. We post new content every other Monday morning, so be sure to subscribe! Thank you for your support, and we hope you enjoy!
BEHIND THE SCENES
Shout out to the editors: Genevive Savage, Everett Gordan, Violet Freeney, Noe Mitchell, Lucas Koranda, and Bethany Stimac for working so hard to edit to articles over the weekends before publications!
Also, thank you to the graphic design team: Lucas Koranda and Emily Atkins for creating the instagram posts and stories for each new posting and designing any flyers the Parker Press needs.
We couldn't do it without you guys!
And of course, many thanks to Ms. Smith for being the faculty advisor to our club and for all your amazing ideas and unconditional support :)