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.
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.
Just as their digital communications class started, school went virtual at Waunakee High School. That didn’t slow down the students or their teacher. They are preparing for a busy spring sports season so they can make the most of their video board.
One thing this pandemic has shown us is that we still have a lot to learn. Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls, SD, is taking full advantage of the opportunity. As Activities Director Joey Struwe says, implementing new technology is helping athletes, students, fans and even sponsors get through this unusual year. “We were looking ...
Hands-on experience is key for high school students to gain real world experience. By incorporating your video display into your curriculum, you are creating another pride factor on game day. Look even deeper at how this experience can lead to scholarships and careers in college and professional venues with the same equipment.
Mishawaka High School in Mishawaka, Indiana, installed a video board in their football stadium to secure revenue and teach students. Two years later, they’ve certainly accomplished that – and so much more.