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Congratulations everyone - we're getting some publicity for our school's QR Code interactive yearbook page! This story was released by the Intermediate Unit and is being picked up across the U.S. and abroad. The story has been published by over 4900 news sources including major news, radio and television stations. Here is a Google search of the press release. The title of the article is "Tech Students Pioneer QR Codes in Yearbook."
Update: the Philadelphia Inquirer ran a story on our use of QR codes. Click here for the story on the web.
A question that I'm often asked by Junior and Senior students and their parents is - where should I go to school after graduation? There is no stock answer. Different schools offer different learning situations and everyone has different needs. The key is to make sure that you carefully research all of the possibilities.
College can be terribly expensive and it's not a bad idea to look at various alternatives to help offset the financial weight of the experience. Summer is a good time to visit a school - most colleges offer a summer sessions and it's more likely that you'll be able to spend more time touring than during the school year. Here are a couple of articles that you might want to read to help in choosing a good school for the next step in your career.
Many friends of graduates are unable to attend graduation due to limited seating.
Additionally, during the ceremony visitors without tickets may join Mr. Ferd Bikle in Room 230 to view the ceremony.
To join the Live Stream
All you have to do is point your web browser to http://ccitv.cciu.org on June 6th. The live stream will begin at 7:00 p.m.
To prepare for a Live Stream
Please visit http://ccitv.cciu.org in advance. If you can see and hear the video in the portal window, you are all set for the live stream.
NOTE: The live stream window can be made full screen by clicking on the double arrows in the lower left hand corner of the video window.
Please read these instructions carefully! The Commercial Art final exam is an open-computer exam that you will be able to take only once. Your score will be combined with your mid-term exam to count for one-fifth of your total grade. The exam site is http://www.classmarker.com/
Juniors who have had their job shadow experience and have posted ALL the required information to their ePortfolios need to eMail me the link to your portfolio page that demonstrates all completed features.
Mr. Tucker is in his 22nd year as the instructor for the Graphic Arts program. Prior to his teaching career he worked in the flexography industry for ten years and in quick printing for ten years.
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