Programing on lunchroom TVs changing

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Programing on lunchroom TVs changing

Junior Jae Guerra watches the CNN news during A lunch in order to stay informed about the government shutdown.

Junior Jae Guerra watches the CNN news during A lunch in order to stay informed about the government shutdown.

Photo by Ashley Gomez

Junior Jae Guerra watches the CNN news during A lunch in order to stay informed about the government shutdown.

Photo by Ashley Gomez

Photo by Ashley Gomez

Junior Jae Guerra watches the CNN news during A lunch in order to stay informed about the government shutdown.

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Around Christmas the lunchroom TVs became active once again. Fireplaces were put on the TVs and classical music played very faintly. This was featured  last year during the holidays as well, but this year the tech department started playing CNN news.

Some students like the idea of the news being shown in the cafeteria.

“I think it’s a cool idea because I don’t watch the news at home and it’s a cool way to keep up on what’s going on in the national news,” said sophomore Marissa Schneider.

“[It’s beneficial that students] are getting exposed, even just for a little bit at lunch,” and that the televisions should “rotate through the popular ones, said senior Kennedy Vernengo  

Technology Technician Doug Jordan said that the showing of the news is a filler for the announcements. The announcement presentations are done by Apple Learning Specialist Tracie Mezera-Juarez’s first hour tech mentor class.

The class first started being offered last year as a practice run of the official class. Toward the end of last year, they decided to start the announcements. Due to getting a new group of students in Mezera-Juarez’s class, she had to teach all of the students everything they needed to know during first semester. They are going to be starting the announcements presentation up again this semester.

“It was a collaboration between myself and the other adults that usually run it. It is something that they thought could be a cool thing for our tech team to do because we want to get students more involved, and then we might actually be able to get somethings on there that more students are interested in,” said Mezera-Juarez.

Some of the students in her tech mentor class had some ideas.

“I think it’s a great way for students to know what going to happen in the next few weeks,” said freshman Chris Dananay.

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