C104, during the advanced broadcast journalism class periods
The Communications Arts Media (CAM) news site is updated regularly at http://studentnews.nisd.net/comarts/, along with daily news via our social media by the journalism department at Communications Arts High School, as a laboratory project for students in advanced broadcast journalism classes. Our mission is to explore the art of journalism while providing a voice for our community, and keeping everyone up-to-date with reliable, unbiased news. It is an open forum for student, staff and community voices. To contact us by regular mail, send content to Communications Arts H.S. Broadcast Journalism, 11600 Culebra Rd., San Antonio, TX 78253.
Letters to the Editor Policy Letters to the editor are encouraged, and may be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or presented in person in room C104. The staff reserves the right to edit all letters for length and/or appropriate language or libelous content. All letters must be signed. Please be sure to include your grade and contact information in case we need to reach out for verification or clarification purposes.
Walking through the halls of Communications Arts before school starts is an entertaining spectacle. Convivial colleagues huddle around laptops, electronic glows warming their faces, while their classmates gather nearby deep in study, preparing for upcoming exams or presentations.
During class time, the school may look unconventional to an observer. Crews of ambitious, camera-wielding students coalesce in the quiet hallways, busy filming for the weekly video broadcast, distilling the culture of the school into comedy skits or news packages. Lunch time is heavily scheduled with club meetings, tutoring sessions, open labs and socializing in the outdoor classroom. And some of the school’s favorite events, such as Turkey Fest and Earth Day, take place during memorable lunch periods when clubs offer food booths and competitive fun.
Above all it’s a safe environment: sports equipment, sweaters and even electronic gadgets can be forgotten on school benches one day and found untouched in the same spot the next morning. “Everyone knows everyone” is the trite but true way we describe the communal atmosphere that envelops our campus.
|Student Council--General Meetings||Samuel Harris and Robert Trevino||Wednesdays after school from 4:30-5:15pm||C215|
|Student Council--Officer Meetings||Samuel Harris and Robert Trevino||Tuesdays during 5th Lunch||C216|
|Environment Club||Maricella Barrera and Joshua Polinard||Thursdays during the second half of 4th lunch (12:13-12:39pm) and 5th lunch (1:09-1:33pm)||9th and 10th grade in C220 and 11th and 12th grade in C219|
|Music Inspiration Club||Ethan Calk||Tuesday mornings at 8:30am||C113|
|Film Club||Ethan Calk||TBA||C113|
|Helping Hands Club||Jamie Frias||Wednesdays during 4th lunch (11:45-12:05pm) and 5th lunch (1:10-1:30pm)||C114|
|Cahsmetology Club||Jaime Frias||Wednesday mornings from 8:15-8:45am||C114|
|National Honor Society||Julie Davern||First Monday of the month for the first half of 4th and 5th lunch||Lecture Hall|
|Spanish Honor Society||Cynthia Driggers and Dora Maria Delgado||First Tuesday of the month for the first 10-15 mins of 5th lunch||C224|
|Yearbook Staff||Kara Salinas||Bi-Weekly on Tuesaday mornings at 8:15am||C119|
|Fellowship of Faith||Maricella Barrera||Wednesdays during 5th lunch||C219|
|Pride Club||Maricella Barrera and Samuel Harris||Mondays during the first half of 4th and 5th lunch||4th lunch: C215 5th lunch: C219|