South Mountain’s Multimedia Communications Magnet and Jaguar News Has Two Finalists for the National Scholastic Press Association Awards

Posted by Community Relations at 9/17/2015

South Mountain’s Multimedia Communications magnet and Jaguar News has two finalists for the National Scholastic Press Association Awards. Jaguar News’ coverage of President Obama’s visit to Central High School is a finalist for Broadcast Story of the Year. Jose Contreras and Armida Zepeda, the two students who produced the story, graduated. Contreras is attending Phoenix College, and Zepeda is at ASU Cronkite. South’s entry of a news broadcast is also a finalist for a Pacemaker Award. The winners will be announced at the Fall National High School Journalism Convention, November 12-15 in Orlando, FL. Heather Jancoski is South’s broadcast news and yearbook instructor. Entries can be seen at:
http://studentpressblogs.org/nspa/2015-broadcast-story-of-the-year-finalists/
http://studentpressblogs.org/nspa/2015-broadcast-pacemaker-finalists/