Herald-Guide celebrates St. Charles Parish School
Satellite Center kids create school kiosk
LULING - The Digital Media, WebQuil, and Advanced Television Broadcasting team members (students) at the Satellite Center recently completed and launched an experimental kiosk system for the Satellite Center.
This state of the art kiosk project was funded by a grant from Motiva Enterprises and will be used in the rotunda of the Satellite Center as a way to inform visitors about the Center.
With a budget of $5,310 to purchase equipment and software for the project and a few months to deliver the final product, team members conductedresearch and submitted proposals to an outside panel for approval.
The resulting projects were user-friendly touch screen kiosks that provide a one-stop look into the origin and current operation of the Satellite Center.
Video testimonials from the superintendent, school board membersand others explain a cutting edge vision that would develop over time into a state of the art facility where students could come and grow in ways that they have not been able to before. When you visit the Satellite Center please take time to use the system to learn more about the Center.
You can also visit the Satellite Center online at www.satellite.stcharles.k12.la.us.
Pictured are Keith Keller, representing Motiva Enterprise, touching the screen of the new Kiosk system to learn more about the Satellite Center while Albert Dupont, Advanced TV facilitator, and Ka-Yue Yeung, a team member, watches. Funding for the Kiosk project was provide through a grant from Motiva.
Splish, splash in class at St. Rose ElementarySubmitted by Clara Perret
ST. ROSE - Enjoying splash day are Chase Farrell (left front), Dylan Whitted (left back), Toni Smith (center), Alana Casanova (right back), Janae Jackson (right front) at St. Rose Elementary School.
Middle school jazz band performs music
Submitted by Susan Landry
LULING - R. K. Smith Middle School’s Jazz Band recently performed at the St. Charles Parish Library in Hahnville in conjunction with a jazz traveling display.
The band performed outside of the library on the opening day of the display. Band director is Ms. Danielle Babin. Shown (left to right) are LaShae Wilson, Diashonte Scott, Najai Smith and Anitra Jefferson.
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