Tag: Involve Students

Students Run the Show

When Video Production teacher and Assistant Football Coach Bill Long walks up the stairs to coach at Calhoun High School, located in Calhoun, Georgia, the students are on their own, running the whole show. During the fall, the student production crew is on a weekly volunteer basis where students can sign up for the control ...

From the Student Section to the Press Box

With a strong tie to sports, it was a no-brainer for Perry High School, located in Massillon, OH, to start a broadcast journalism course where students could experiment with the school’s video display. Keith Brown, the instructor for this class, enjoys seeing what the students come up with. “We started with this course to teach ...

From the Student’s Perspective

We often hear straight from the teachers what students are doing in the classroom. This time, however, we had the chance to ask Platte Valley student Kyle Ley what a day in the life of video production with the video display is like.

Can You Hear Me Now?

Indoor sound is crucial to getting fans excited as well as catching their attention with so much going on at once. From quirky noises when a player scores to important announcements during half time, you want the crowd to hear you loud and clear. The last thing you need is an old system full of ...

It All Starts With a Dream

One of the best parts of owning a video display is uncovering what it can do for not only your games but for your school. Michael Krill, the Film & Literature teacher at Oconomowoc High School, located in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, realized early on that there was more to the display than just showcasing scores. “Once ...

Making Graduation One to Remember

Another year comes and goes as students walk across the stage to accept their high school diplomas. It’s an exciting time all around for both you and your students. But what makes this time even more exciting is having the ability to use your video display technology in ways you’ve never thought of before. One ...

Have You Heard?

THERE’S A NEW NFHS PITCH COUNT POLICY The NFHS now requires teams to track pitch counts. Let’s look into the different ways to add this tracking to your game day. ADD-ON PITCH COUNT If you already have a baseball scoreboard and aren’t in the market for a new one, this add-on option might be the ...

What Does the Future Hold?

One class in high school can change a student’s whole perspective on his or her future. With any class, teachers prepare their students for the future whether students decide to pursue a college education or not. What better way to prepare those students interested in certain aspects of your school’s video display than to create ...

1 Video Display. A Whole Community.

One thing we absolutely love to see is high schools taking their video display use to the next level. This is an understatement for Harrisburg High School located in Harrisburg, a suburb of Sioux Falls, S.D. We had the chance to sit down and interview Craig Imme, the A/V Production Teacher at Harrisburg High School, ...

A New System for a New Year

2017 is here, and we’re helping you gear up for what could be your best year yet. Below are some different ideas to help you make sure your game day is on its “A game” this coming year. ADD TO YOUR SYSTEM If you have an older system, you may be leaning toward a new ...