On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, high school students hosted Streaming Justice, a live four-hour webcast. From 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., participants hosted the live webcast, selected the songs played during their segments and learned about the equipment used in a live broadcast. Discussions covered topics such as civil rights, youth engagement, public education and other matters of justice and equity.
Students that participated in Streaming Justice are from area schools including Obama Academy, Oakland Catholic, Penn Hills High School, Nazareth Prep, Environmental Charter School, Sci-Tech, St. Benedict the Moor and Woodland Hills Junior Senior High School.
6th, 7th, & 8th graders at Woodland Hills Jr. High School's Prime Time After School program learn the basics of audio production while expressing and reflecting on their personal experiences.
6th, 7th, and 8th graders at Woodland Hills Jr. High School's Prime Time After School program learn the basics of audio production while expressing and reflecting on their personal experiences.
7th and 8th graders attending Woodland Hills Prime Time After School program wrote and recorded about what they want to be when they grow up.
7th and 8th graders attending Woodland Hills Prime Time after school program reflected on the upcoming Easter holiday and their family traditions.
Fifteen year-old Marvin Reed and 7th graders from Woodland Hills share a heartfelt goodbye in their final audio message exchange. Included in the audio piece is a musical beat composed by Marvin for the friends he has made at Woodland Hills.
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?"