7th graders at Woodland Hills continued their audio message correspondence with 10th grader Marvin! Their discussion began with school and the prospect of dropping out before transforming into personal anecdotes about being an older sibling.
7th graders at Woodland Hills Prime Time after school program performed and reflected on Langston Hughes' poem "Let America Be America Again."
This week, 7th graders at Woodland Hills high school continued their audio message correspondence with 10th grader, Marvin!
This week 7th graders at Woodland Hills were asked two questions by resident radio personality and Children's Museum "Volunteen," 10th grader Marvin: "PS4 or Xbox?" and "What is it like living in Woodland Hills?"
7th graders at Woodland Hills Prime Time discussed recent national news as well as events occurring in their own personal lives.
7th graders at Woodland Hills Prime Time answered the classic prompt, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Their ambitions ranged from video game designer to a home-building philanthropist.
6th, 7th and 8th graders at Woodland Hills Prime Time wrote and performed their own original radio play, "The Arcane Swordsmen!" The play follows the time traveling exploits of four displaced warriors, all from different cultures and ages, as they attempt to defeat the villainous Prime and his time-controlling machinations.
Wilkinsburg TIGERs summer campers are all about business. Upon choosing their line of work, each group drafted and recorded commercial advertisements. Business endeavors range from video game and shoe sales to an old fashioned ice cream parlor and even an on-call gas leak specialist. Check out these young entrepreneurs as they showcase their marketing savvy.
This Summer, we are fortunate to have a large group of unique personalities at Woodland Hills "PrimeTime" Radio Club. Tune-in to hear how they describe themselves. Some students even shared a little bit about their camp experience and accomplishments thus far.
Wilkinsburg after school students let their imaginations run wild in this group story about an exceptionally strange day. Each student added their own piece to the narrative which included everything from farm animals & tornadoes to fancy cars & martians. Listen and enjoy!