The Publisher/Editor-In-Chief of the New Americans magazine, Deba Uwadiae has advised students in high schools who are interested in journalism to set up press clubs as a foundation for journalism practice.
“Set up press club and have press notice board in strategic area in the school where other students and staff can read the news and stories happening in the school,” Deba Uwadiae told students of Bridge Gate Community School, Columbus, Ohio at the school’s Professional Development Day.
“Write the news or the story as interesting as possible. If possible, say what happened, when it happened, who is involved, where and how. But where you think, you are unable to meet all these rules, just write and pass the information.
“Start writing today. Start from home,” Deba told the students.
He advised the students to work hard on their studies, ask questions and develop confidence in their environment.
The Principal of the school, Tonya Kelly said, “we are exposing the students to opportunities by bringing in professionals to speak and motivate them.’
“We hope that such engagement will prepare their minds and help them to become professionals too when they are out of school.”
Serving Students in Grades K-6 and 7-12, Bridge Gate Community School offers a diverse learning environment and multiple opportunities for students to excel.
“Rather than a one size fits all model, our curriculum program is designed to offer students with different needs and learning styles an exceptional academic program.”
“Both Bridge Gate Elementary School and Bridge Gate High School empower students to reach their fullest potential by implementing a comprehensive curriculum facilitated by highly effective educators in collaboration with families and the community.”
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