Yearbook 2020-21

2020-2021

Online Yearbook Software Access with Herff Jones

(click here)

 


The week of January 25th – 29th

  • Monday: Pages that were assigned to you over the weekend will be reviewd as a “test grade” today.
  • Tuesday: Asychronous Remote Day: ALL STAFF and EDITORS will need to complete a “minimum” of two pages today.  If you have a page that requires input from CHS faculty, please reach out to them today!!!  Share this link and password with anyone who would like to upload pictures for use:
  • SIGN UP HERE for the remainder of the pages (click here)

Share your images at www.hjeshare.com

(School Code: CAMPBELLHIGH). (all CAPS)

  • Wednesday: Specific pages will be communicated to staff members via the Editor/Team Leader. Last call. This in 0 hour!!!
  • Thursday: Phase one of YEARBOOK DUE DATE!!! (https://cafemoye.com/due-dates/
  • Friday: Begin Phase TWO

The week of January 18th – 22nd

  • Monday: MLK Day (no school)
  • Tuesday: Specific pages will be communicated to staff members via the Editor/Team Leader. You will need to provide proof of “work completed” by the end of this week (screen capture etc).
  • Wednesday: Instructional Day (remote): You will have homework (devoirs) to complete on this day. I am available from 9am to 3pm on this day for tutoring, questions, concerns, conferences, etc. Please email me to reserve a time ASAP by clicking here
  • Thursday: Continue working on Yearbook
  • Friday: Updates and Collaborative Groups Meeting!|
  • Homework for Monday 2/25: 
  • Anthony R 2-3
    Aris D 138-139
    Armando T 128-129

    Emma F 136-137
    Esbeydy U 138-139
    Fatima S 140-143
    Gwen L 110-111
    Joi M 108-111
    Joshua A 147-149

    Alex 144-146
    LaKiza M 154-155
    Noah W 152-153
    Zeba


    16-17

The week of January 11th – 15th

  • Monday: Room 925 | 1st Thing! (fill this out)  Working with your Editor on FreeConference.com (click here) | Breakout Teams with Editors and get sign ins to site, usernames and passwords | Homework: Navigating the Software Quiz : (Click here). This begins at 2pm today and ends at 11:45pm tonight. NO LATE WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED!
  • Tuesday: In-Service PhotoShoot Day. In-class students will meet and work all day in Will’s Gym  (sign up here) | Remote Students (click here for links) will begin designing pages for “student life” (at least four pages EACH person will need to be completed today!)
  • Login information:

    Your Citrix username is: john-s@users.hjedesign.com

    Your Citrix password is: Story14074

  • Wednesday: Instructional Day (remote): You will have homework (devoirs) to complete on this day. I am available from 9am to 3pm on this day for tutoring, questions, concerns, conferences, etc. Please email me to reserve a time ASAP by clicking here
  • Thursday:
  • Friday: Updates and Collaborative Groups Meeting!

The week of January 4th – 8th

  • Monday: Student Holiday
  • Tuesday: Student Holiday
  • Wednesday: First Day of 2nd sememster | Syllabus & Expectations | Teams and Duties | Introductions and roles during semester one | Online Book Design Access (UN & PW)
  • Thursday: Senior Yearbook ONLY Picture Day at CHS | All in class students need to meet me at Will’s Gym for 3rd block | (you are not required to go LIVE today)
  1.  Review the eight “eDesign Curriculum Videos” (click here)….there will be a HW check on these!
  2. Fill out this class syllabus survey (click here)
  • Friday: We will meet in room 925  | Editor in Chief (vote here)|Understand the Syllabus? click here

Teams

Editor in Chief: ANDREW “Drew” DEKLE

Team #1

Editor: Andrew Dekle

Lakiza “Li” McCain

Esbeydy “BeBe” Uriostegui

what do I need to do? click here

Team #2

Editor: Emma Ferranti

Gwendolyn Lewis

Zeba Lodin

Fatima Seck

what do I need to do? click here

Team #3

Editor: Alex Bustos

Joi McCollum

Aris Delgado

what do I need to do? click here

Team #4

Editor: Joshua Acevedo

Anthony Roman

Noah Washington

what do I need to do? click here


Useful Links:

  • Online Yearbook Software Access with Herff Jones (click here)
  • Remind Sign up: (click here
  • Syllabus for the class (Spring 2021): Click here
  • Yearbook Photography Laws: click here

Bell Schedule Spring 2021

REGULAR BELL SCHEDULE
Report to Class 8:15
1st Block 8:20 – 9:53
Announcements 9:50 – 9:53
2nd Block 10:00 – 11:30
3rd Block 11:37 – 1:53
A Lunch 11:30 – 11:53
B Lunch 12:00 – 12:23
C Lunch 12:30 – 12:53
D Lunch 1:00 – 1:23
E Lunch 1:30 – 1:53
4th Block 2:00 – 3:30

ADVISEMENT BELL SCHEDULE: (3RD Block)
Report to Class 8:15
1st Block 8:20 – 9:53
Announcements 9:50 – 9:53
2nd Block 10:00 – 11:30
3rd Block 11:37 – 2:00
Asynchronous Advisement Periods:
Lunches B-E:  Advisement 11:37 – 12:07
A Lunch:  Advisement  12:37-1:07
A Lunch 11:37 – 12:00
B Lunch 12:07 – 12:30
C Lunch 12:37 – 1:00
D Lunch 1:07 – 1:30
E Lunch 1:37 – 2:00
4th Block 2:07 – 3:30

WEDNESDAY REMOTE BELL SCHEDULE
1st Block 8:20 – 9:15
2nd Block 9:25 – 10:20
3rd Block 10:30 – 11:25
4th Block 11:35 – 12:30
Student Work Session 12:30-3:30

 


COURSE OVERVIEW:

The main objective of this course is to create a yearbook that reflects our school community and equally reflects each student in the student body. Our goal is to present a yearbook in May to the faculty, staff, and student body that reflects the experiences of this school year and is an accurate representation of all.

GOALS:

  • To create a yearbook that reflects our entire student body.
  • Develop journalistic skills, including writing, interviewing, and gathering information.
  • Develop design skills, including layout, graphic design, and photography.

EXPECTATIONS:

  • Meet all deadlines.
  • Collect interesting and accurate information.
  • Correctly and appropriately reflect all faculty, staff, and student members.
  • If needed, spend time outside of class in order to complete work.
  • If needed, complete work for other staff members.
  • Revise work as needed during the editing process.

GRADING:

Students will be graded on the quality of their work and their ability to meet deadlines. Students will be graded according to how well they meet the assigned tasks according to their various jobs. This may include writing, photography, design, management, editing and other duties. The assigned deadline for each student is absolute as our publication is under contract with our publisher.  All deadlines are assigned in advance.  Students not meeting the deadline will not receive credit on the assignment.

Assignments will fall into one of the following categories:     

  • Formative Grades are grades that show your progress while formulating your knowledge. These grades make up 30% of the overall grade.  Most grades will fall into this category including planning, drafting, photography, editing,
  • Summative Grades are grades that show the sum of your learning. These grades make up 55% of the overall grade.  Fewer grades will fall into this category, but they will massively impact your overall grade, including final deadlines, page submissions, photography submissions, and final edits.
  • The Final Exam will incorporate cumulative strategies and skills learned over the course of the semester. This Exam will be 15% of your overall grade.  This class will adhere to the school’s Exam Exemption Policy.

We will endeavor to update grades in Synergy as quickly as possible; at the latest, we will update grades each weekend. Please keep in mind that summative assessments may require more time to return.

Grading Scale

  • 100-90=A
  • 89-80=B
  • 79-70=C
  • 69 or below=F

IN CLASS/FACE-TO-FACE EXPECTATIONS:

Class time is meant for working on the yearbook.

If you have completed your assignments, you should be helping other staff members complete theirs.

  • Software Access and Training: Each student MUST be very knowledgeable of the current yearbook software and its features by now. Log in to https://www.myhjyearbook.com/#/edesign/14074-000-2021
  • Tardiness: All students are expected to be in the classroom when the bell rings.
  • Behavior: All school rules apply while in the yearbook classroom and while outside of school when you are representing our yearbook by attending events, recruiting advertisers, etc.
  • Out of class expectations: You should have a camera with them in school and at school events. You should be willing to attend school events in order to cover them in the yearbook and work on yearbook assignments outside of class in order to meet deadlines. (due to Covid, we will discuss)
  • Each student will be combined with a “team leader/editor” (the team leaders will be in the face-to-face students, who, in turn, will manage and delegate to the remote students. All teams will be expected to have a report of tasks and accomplishments due each week.)
  • There will be one Editor in Chief!

WHAT HAPPENS IF I MISS CLASS?

It is the responsibility of the students to make up any missed work due to an excused absence. You have three days to make up any missed assignments. If your absence prevents you from meeting a major deadline you must delegate your work to another staff member or a team leader/editor.

Conduct Expectations for the new Virtual Classroom!

  • Sign-in 1-2 minutes ahead and greet appropriately
  • During class, default mode is video on /mic muted.
  • Be prepared: pen/pencil & paper; virtual document/page in split screen
  • No liquids within spill distance of device.
  • Extraneous devices are unseen and silent.
  • Video: Appropriately dressed, plain background.

Responsibility, Respect, and Results!

Conduct Expectations Face-to-face

  • Wipe down your desk and area before taking a seat.
  • Be on time and ready for class
  • Bring pen/pencil, paper, binder, and homework.
  • No food, drinks, gum, or candy. Water is allowed.
  • Cell phones remain unseen and silent during class unless requested/allowed by the teacher. (Phones may be left at the charging station or in bags.)

Responsibility, Respect, and Results!

Make-Up Policy/Late Work Policy

Because of the emphasis on listening and speaking skills, student attendance and participation are extremely important. When a student must be absent, he or she is responsible for ALL make-up work. An assignment not turned in when due may be turned in as a late or make-up assignment for a partial grade within 3 school days with an excused absence. Daily activities and homework assignments will be accepted for up to three (3) days after the due date on an excused absence. Major assignments such as projects and presentations may be made up within five (5) days after the due date on an excused absence. (If only absent on the due date of a major assignment, it must be submitted immediately upon return to school.) No late/make-up assignments (within 3 school days on an excused absence) will be accepted for credit after May 1st for the respective semester.

The general flow of consequences when a student fails to abide by conduct expectations (minor infractions):

  • 1st a verbal warning/reminder
  • 2nd a call home
  • 3rd a call home and a teacher detention
  • 4th + a call home and an administrative referral.
  • Major infractions will be treated according to school policy. See the student handbook.

Questions? Contact me via email or via Remind

Should you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me through e-mail at Edward.moye@cobbk12.org

I am certain we will have a great time in the Yearbook Class. 🙂

Sign up for Remind TODAY!!! Third Block: https://www.remind.com/join/moye032021