WRED in the Morning is our morning announcement news program.
It is the largest component of the Digital Media Lab course. As part of the class, students rotate between the various jobs that are required to produce the program. We have about eight positions that range from on-air talent to behind-the-scenes audio engineers.
Each morning, one of the students works in the control room to create the script for anchors. As the technical director, audio engineer, and anchors prepare sound check, the graphics engineer prepares all of the graphics for the show.
This class creates a professional environment for students. They produce professional news broadcast using state-of-the-art equipment. Much of the equipment we use is the same hardware and software that is used by major television networks.
Our students work hard to create this show every day. We are so happy to be able to share it with the community.
New Teacher Spotlight: Patrick Hovey:
IHS has welcomed more than 25 new talented teachers for the 2015-2016 school year. We will interview a new teacher periodically and share the interview on our school’s website. Patrick Hovey, one of our new math teachers, was interviewed this month.
Q: Describe where you grew up, and how you ended up in Ithaca:
PH : I grew up in Auburn, NY, and attended Auburn High School. After high school, I attended Fairfield University, where I earned a BS in Mathematics. After ...
Emergency Closing - Ithaca High School 12:10 PM Closure:
Ithaca, N.Y., November 6, 2015 — Ithaca High School closes at 12:10pm today due to a power outage. District staff is working with NYSEG to determine the cause of the outage. Students’ transportation from the high school will occur in the regular manner – however, at the earlier time. After-school and weekend activities scheduled on the Ithaca High School campus are cancelled – with the exception of the SAT exams scheduled for ...
INSIDER VOLUME 47:
The October issue of the ICSD Insider is out!
In this issue of the district's newsletter, you will find a message from Superintendent Luvelle Brown about the Superintendent's Student Advisory Council. You will also find information about Commissioner Elia's visit, the Citizen Science Action Project, the Kids' Book Fest, Caroline's Farm to Table, and Chris Horstman as the staff highlight.
Click on the cover for the full issue, and click on the articles to ...