We've had some great After School sessions so far with the students at Perry High School. Check out some of their ideas, opinions, and conversations thus far this school year - and be sure to check back as work is added to their playlist!
Perry Traditional Academy students showed off some of their hard work with Little Free Libraries to peers and mentors alike at Remake Learning Days.
Public Service Announcements can deliver powerful messages. Who could forget ad campaigns like This is your brain on drugs or Only you can prevent forest fires? We reviewed some popular and effective PSAs with our After Schoolers at Perry Traditional Academy and asked students to come up with radio messages of their own.
Everyone has certain things - whether in pop culture, sports, or every day life - that they think don't get enough love. Then there are things that get too much recognition.
The new year can be a time of excitement, resolution, and reflection. We asked Radio Clubbers at Perry Traditional Academy to share their thoughts and hopes on 2016.
The first year of high school can be a tough adjustment for a young person. But with time comes wisdom - and Radio Club members at Perry After School have no shortage of that.
Radio Club members at Perry Traditional Academy were asked to talk about their school; what they like about and and a few things they might change. Some interesting amendments were proposed, like pushing back the 6:45 AM start time and instituting a dress code. Students were also asked to include their favorite memory of their career at Perry to this point.
Students at the North Side's Perry Traditional Academy were asked to write and record about Thanksgiving. Some chose to write about Turkey Day's past, while others wrote about the history of the tradition - but each Radio Club member was required to talk about the future - and what they were looking forward to at this year's Thanksgiving.
Over the course of a few weeks Perry Traditional Academy students were asked to write their own commercials. Radio Club members got to voice their own spots, as well as choose music and sound effects for their advertisement.