Center Grove High School’s spectacular new aquatic center features two video boards that they use for meets, practices, and for parent communications. Assistant swim coach and display operator Kevin Trammell tells their story.
Aberdeen Central High School uses Daktronics LED center hung and wall displays along with a Scorers Table in the gym, plus two LCD video walls to enhance every event, get messages out and provide more opportunities for students.
The best way to capture your audience’s attention is where they are – your school. Your students and staff are there every day – and it’s likely parents are dropping off, attending activities, or passing by on a morning commute. Digital signage located in a high-traffic area can provide several key messages that update at a moment’s notice.
Papillion LaVista High School High School student Aidan Cho was the first student producer with their Daktronics video board. Today, he is working at a university level and continues to help his high school advance through content creation and the game day experience.
Presenting Dos and Don’ts of Live Streaming from Daktronics – a list of tips for livestream technology operators to enhance the experience for everyone who watches high school sports and events online.
Salesianum School’s new athletic stadium features the first video scoreboard at a Delaware high school. The Daktronics video board features student-created content, and students also operate the board, providing excellent experience and an enhanced fan experience.
This follow-up to our previous blog provides an update about how Platteview High School students are learning important life skills like meeting deadlines and organization, technical skills such as graphic design and operating the video board, and even earning money for their efforts.