Category: PSA

Academic Dishonesty

Studying habits that will stick with students for a lifetime begin in high school. So that’s why some of WHJE’s third and fourth years teamed up to make PSAs warning students about the possible consequences and dangers of participating in academic dishonesty: Crookshanks   Fitzgerald   Thruston   Michal    

Construction in Carmel

Construction is currently underway and set to continue on a majority of the roadways in Carmel until 2018. The third and fourth years at WHJE created PSAs to educate listeners on how to avoid traffic and road closures: Harris   Hardesty   Kocherlakota   Larkins  

Getting Involved at CHS

Research has shown that participation in extracurricular activities is a better predictor for success in adult life than college entrance examinations or grade point averages. Furthermore, CHS is home to a plethora of clubs that students can join. WHJE’s second years created PSAs on why getting involved in high school is important: Abdellah Benefiel Cocca …

School Attendance

Skipping class excessively has been linked to poor school performance, and on top of that the State of Indiana mandates that every student must attend a certain number of days. WHJE’s second year students created PSAs on why school attendance is so important: Abdellah Varanka Szydlowski Piedra Miller Laplante Johnson Cocca Benefiel

PSA Topic: Anonymous Alert

WHJE 2nd years produced projects on the topic of the Anonymous Alert system the school has.  Anonymous Alerts are to encourage students to report activity without the fear that they will be directly involved in a situation. Patrick Simpson Shae Rickel Autumn Larkins