Potential Satellite Center students tour facility, programs
Interactive Media Team Member Cody Dufrene (standing left) describes the process that he and his team members went through to create a website for Press Play Productions to an audience of 10th graders from Destrehan High School.
For two weeks, Hahnville and Destrehan High School sophomores visited each work center to learn more about the courses that the Satellite Center offers.
The students are given the opportunity to see team members in action working on projects, ask specific questions about each course and view some of the technology and equipment that is available in the work centers.
The tours are designed to help visiting students decide if the Satellite Center is right for them and to get them thinking about the classes they need to take before attending the Satellite Center their junior or senior year.
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