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2018 Requirements

Feb 2 deadline
March 6 deadline
April 17 deadline
May 13 deadline

Photography Resources

Senior Ad Info

Photoshop Units


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"Kindness is like snow- it beautifies everything it covers." --Kahlil Gibran

Learning Targets

  • Find and edit templates
  • To learn about captions


Monday, January 22, 2018

  • No school

Did you know: The Romans made their coins in the temple of Juno Moneta, the goddess of marriage and women. From the name Moneta, derives the words “mint” and “money.”

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

  • No school

Did you know: A stack of dollar bills one mile high would be worth 14.5 million dollars.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

  • Bell Ringers
    • What's Wrong Wednesday
    • Check out this pic - Open a word document and title it "Bell Ringers Week 2". Then, key the date in and then tell me what's wrong with the picture.
  • Finish all advertising - graded (starts with 100 and goes backward)

Did you know: The largest U.S. bill ever in circulation was the $10,000 bill, which was issued until 1945. As of May 30, 2009, only 336 of these large bills have been known to survive. Salmon P. Chase is depicted on the bill.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

  • Bell Ringers
    • Think About it Thursday
    • Write a caption for this pic - not a duh caption (Open up your Bell Ringers Week 2 and add the caption to that document under the date.)
  • Do a cutout of the Pioneer and save it in the Pioneer file
  • Start your second page

Did you know: It wasn’t until 1963 that the motto “In God We Trust” appeared on U.S. paper currency.

Friday, January 26, 2018

  • Bell Ringers
    • Fix it Friday
    • Again, open up Bell Ringers Week 2 document and then correct the text for this pic
    • Upload Bell Ringers Week 2 to Google Classroom
  • Start your second page

Did you know: The Romans were the first to stamp the image of a living person on a coin. After winning in war, Julius Caesar featured his portrait on a coin in 44 B.C.



Have a wonderful weekend!