Category: Involve Students

Big High School Video Display Brings Even Bigger Student Benefits

While the price tag of video display may be daunting, when you look at it as more than just for scoring, the investment is well worth it.

Why High Schools Around the US Are Installing Daktronics Video Displays

Small schools, large schools, rural schools and urban schools. Now many more of them have something in common – a Daktronics video display.

6 Video Add-Ons: Help Your Booster Club Make Wise Decisions

Take your game day to a new level with these innovative ways to add-on.

Five Ways to Make Your School a Community Hub

Does your community regard your school as a community hub? If not, here are some tips to change that.

Student Talent and Top-Notch Equipment

Northwest ISD, Justin, Texas, hires its own students to run the TV news station on campus (NBCDFW). Hands-on experience will open doors for them in the future, possibly even leading to a career. https://videopress.com/v/zWhBj5PS Exposing broadcast students to hands-on experience is a popular, powerful, trend. When you incorporate a video display, students work on game-day ...

Sponsorships Pay for School’s Jumbotrons

Funding is a precious commodity for schools. In Utica, Nebraska, Centennial High School was in the market for new scoreboards indoor and out, but would they be able to secure enough sponsors to fund the full project? The answer was a resounding “yes.” The football team won the state championship for the first time, and people jumped at the opportunity to sponsor the new equipment.

Sponsor Revenue + Classroom Opportunities = A Whole New Game Day

New video displays at Green Valley High School’s football stadium and gym have given the the Henderson, Nevada, school’s games new life.

Behind the Scenes of Event Production: Q&A with Steve Ackermann

When you expand the use of your display to students behind the scenes, you are able to give them first-hand experience for potential job opportunities. By working with Daktronics equipment, they are operating the same control system that is used at the college and professional level, making a step into a career that much easier. Steve Ackermann discusses his experience in event production on different school campuses and the opportunities he has seen within the industry.

Eau Claire Catchup: New Equipment. Higher Class Enrollment.

In the 3 years since the install of their video display, things have been busy at Eau Claire North High School in Wisconsin. Joe Eisenhuth, Assistant Principal and Athletic Director and Jan Bowe, Technical Education Teacher at Eau Claire filled us in on what’s new with their video display and student crew.

New Year, New Gear

2018 has faded away and the New Year is upon us. However, the celebration’s not over just yet at Daktronics. While we won’t be shooting off fireworks, we are toasting a new round of products and capabilities we are introducing to the market in 2019.