Students in Radio Club at Propel Hazelwood finished their afterschool sessions with conversations about civil rights activists and positive role models as well as what they would choose to put on their own radio programs.
We asked After Schoolers at Propel Hazelwood to dream up a fantastical creature that lives behind their school. There were a few different approaches to monster creation; some classically scary, some misunderstood, and some friendly.
We've all daydreamed about having an exotic pet. A tiger... a panda... maybe some kind of tiger/panda hybrid. The sky's the limit! Students at Propel Hazelwood put aside the prohibitive costs (and city permitting issues) that go along with owning a rare, possibly dangerous creature, to talk about what kind of animal they would choose if they could have any pet.
Thanksgiving is already upon us and after school students at Propel Hazelwood are getting ready for the holiday! Whether your families feast involves chasing your cousins around grandma's house or helping make the macaroni and cheese, these radio club members may have traditions that are a little different than yours, but are familiar nonetheless.
Election season is (finally) almost over. Students at Propel Hazelwood put on their civil servant hat and laid out what they would do if they were elected mayor.
With Halloween nearly upon us, after school students at Propel Hazelwood thought back to their favorite memories of the holiday and looked forward to what kind of excitement this year might hold. Potential costumes the year range from princess skeletons (combination ensembles are in right now) to killer clowns.
After school students at Propel Hazelwood talked about their neighborhoods; what they like about the places they live, as well as some things that could be improved.
It was a great first week with after school students at Propel Hazelwood. Aside from learning about microphone technique, how to use the equipment, and the important jobs during the recording process, students shared their interests as well as how they (and others) would describe them.