Central Hardin High School The Mission of the Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP™) is to advance individual capabilities; to motivate all students; and to create leadership opportunities through the use of technology.
How Do Students Join STLP? Goal 2 STLP will provide leadership opportunities for all students Students enrolled in TVP, Tech Ed, Business Classes, Yearbook, Journalism Class, and Student Library Workers are involved in STLP.
Central Hardin has STLP Students in grades 9-12. Students using editing equipment
Goal 1 The STLP will develop activities which enhance the academic, social, and emotional growth of the student. Central Hardin STLP Projects Yearbook (this is a very involved project, taking the entire school year) Business Cards School Web Page School Newscast and Video-conferencing Photographing and writing articles for other school events (The Central Hardin Times) Student library workers
CHHS STLP Student Works on the Yearbook STLP students work on the yearbook. This is a year long project utilizing computer software, digital cameras, editing equipment, etc.
Goal 2The STLP will provide leadership opportunities for all students. Central Hardin Total Population Total Number of Students 1829 Total Boys 902 Total Girls 927 Total Black 115 Total White 1626 Total Hispanic 37 Total Asian 26 Total Native American 6 Total Other 19 Total Number of STLP participants 40
Publicizing our Accomplishments Central Hardin High School shares its STLP accomplishments through our school newsletters, our local newspaper, on HCETV, through our school and district website, and by participating in local, district, and regional showcases. Here is an example from The News Enterprise, our local newspaper, about the local election coverage being assisted by our STLP students.
Central Hardin School News Broadcasts Goal 1 The STLP will develop activities which enhance the academic, social and emotional growth of the student. Goal 2 The STLP will provide leadership opportunities for all students. Students working on a broadcast. tudt The Central Hardin news team produces a taped news broadcast for the school each day. Broadcasts are played over the school closed circuit television system. The crew consists of students from all grade levels , with older students training younger students.
Goal 3Students will participate in multi-age collaboration by forming innovative learning partnerships.Goal 4The STLP will form learning partnerships among students with different technology skills. • Two students participate in distance learning by attending German classes taught at John Hardin via video conferencing at Central Hardin High School. • Student directors work with students of varying technological skill levels to create, continually add to, and enhance existing skills.
Goal 5The STLP will develop activities which benefit communities This was the first year for HCETV to carry live election coverage. CHHS students participated in this coverage using videoconferencing equipment recently purchased, operating cameras, and in the control room. HCECTV director Gina Ryan met with students to train them in reporting, exit polling and camera techniques. Video conferencing units were placed at party headquarters and at HCECTV’s studio so that show hosts could interact with students on the scene. Students also sent interviews and videos to HCECTV using smart phones.
HCECTV director Gina Ryan talks to Central Hardin students about providing live election coverage for the upcoming fall election.
Central Hardin High School student operating TV camera for the live election coverage sponsored by HCECTV.
Goal 6 The STLP will develop instructional activities which integrates technology and benefits the school and supports KETS. CHHS students operating HCECTV cameras giving the community a live feed of the Heartland Parade.
CHHS STLP Vision For The Future • Projects in the future: more distance learning opportunities and internet class availability. • CHHS will continue to include more students and faculty in our STLP group. • CHHS will promote STLP information in the Central Times about our school more actively and involve more technology in the articles.