2018 JEMKC

High School Journalism Students Receive Recognition
This is the image for the news article titled High School Journalism Students Receive RecognitionJournalism students from Park Hill and Park Hill South high schools earned awards from the annual Journalism Educators of Metropolitan Kansas City Awards.

The broadcast journalism teacher for both high schools is Justin Ford, and Megan Palmer is the print journalism teacher at Park Hill South.

PHHS

  • “Trojan TV News” staff, first place, broadcast sweepstakes
  • “Trojan TV News” staff and Executive Producer Davis Suppes, first place, announcements
  • Lauren Bunten and Davis Suppes, first place, sports feature
  • Lauren Bunten and Davis Suppes, first place, anchor team
  • Liam Henry, third place, show open
  • “Trojan TV News” staff and Executive Producer Lauren Bunten, honorable mention, announcements and video
  • Davis Suppes and Jackson Elder, honorable mention, sports highlights

Park Hill South

  • Mary Garrett and Alexis Nigro, first place, PSA
  • “The View” staff and Art Director Cienna Newett, first place, newspaper overall design
  • Cienna Newett, first place, newspaper multiple page design
  • Cienna Newett, Noelle Alviz-Gransee, Anne Price, Hannah Graves, Christian Holferty, Elyssa Bezner and Nicole Beaubien; first place; newspaper multiple spread coverage of a single topic
  • Stephen Personelli and Jake Young, second place, sports highlights
  • Wyatt Miller and Anna Lettera, third place, anchor team
  • Mary Garrett, Chance Jeffrey and Alexis Nigro, honorable mention, news story
  • Will Wright and Ben Becker, third place, yearbook sports copy
  • Avery Glover, Stevie Williams and Jessie Hagen, third place, web multimedia package
  • Sadie Hudson, honorable mention, sports reaction photo
  • Emma Beuerlein, Mia Duke, Annie Woodson and Lexi Frieders, honorable mention, yearbook overall traditional design in a single spread