In this brand new episode of the Student Pack Podcast, we hear from Stephanie Hayes who works for the West Virginia Department of Education in Charleston.
This is the first of a series of audiobook episodes we are planning to release on a weekly basis. Thanks to the Welch branch of the McDowell County library and Chessie Hatfield for participating and making this happen!
Bully by Jennifer Sattler was given permission to read by Sleeping Bear Press.
In this brand new episode of the Student Pack Podcast, we hear from Perry Blankenship. Perry is the coordinator of student services, nutrition, attendance, and mental health services for McDowell County schools.
In this brand new episode of the Student Pack Podcast, we sit down for a virtual conversation with 3 Mount View High School Seniors to hear from them about how 2020 was for them and looking forward into 2021.
In this brand new episode of the Student Pack Podcast, students from Mount View High School and River High School tell us stories about growing up through the winters in Appalachia!
In this episode of the Student Pack Podcast, we’re sitting down with Mount View and River High School students to ask them about family values and what that means to them. This is not an episode you want to miss!
In this episode of the Student Pack Podcast we’re talking social media. Is it bad? Is it good? How can we find a balance? Tune in and enjoy another great and meaningful conversation!
In this episode of the Student Pack Podcast, our teams discuss what motivates them and how those things have changed over the year!
In this Season 2 premier episode of the Student Pack Podcast, our podcast teams talk about Creepy Pasta, a website that focuses on horror themed internet myths and legends!
In the season finale of the Student Pack Podcast, our podcast teams talk about what their experience has been like doing the show this year and what their hopes are for the future of the Student Pack!
In this episode of the Student Pack Podcast, we sit down with students from Mount View High School and River View High School as they tell us about some of their spooky experiences with the super natural!
In this episode, we’re talking Netflix. So what are you watching? We breakdown our favorite shows and also dive into the grand topic of the Marvel Universe. Watch out! There may be a few spoilers.
It is time for a new school year! In this episode the Student Pack digs in and gives the upcoming Freshmen some advice on how to deal with being high school official.
With graduation arriving, the Student Pack felt it is necessary to speak on the preparation for such a feat, and also the nervousness that arrives when realizing that the Seniors will no longer be attending their school every single day.
We go behind the scenes of our new film “Attendance” with Page Shelton who played the mother, also JJN Multimedia’s Social Media Director, and Samuel Dudgeon who played the lead role of Jacob. Here some fun stories about the two-day film shoot and enjoy learning about the production as a whole. Check out the film on the McDowell County Student Pack’s Facebook page.
Attendance matters. All of us know this when it comes to the school system. Sometimes there are different variables as to why students miss that we may not know about. The Student Pack shows us how having perfect attendance may be more difficult than it seems with this film.
In this episode we discuss preparations and the excitement that is involved with high school prom. There are some interesting perspectives, as Mount View recently completed their prom and River View is preparing for theirs.
On this episode we discuss food access with special guests Mackenzie Aime and Keisha Perkins. They are Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows and have spent the past few months in McDowell County working with the community. This one took us in several directions and you’ll hear some amazing ideas from the Student Pack on the subject.
We dive into “Our Future as We See It” in this month’s episode. Listen to the Student Pack’s thoughts on where McDowell County, West Virginia is headed for the long-term.
Since October is National Bullying Prevention Month we tackle the issue with this month’s theme entitled “How does bullying affect a student’s everyday life?” We hope you share the experience’s of these student’s and do your part to end bullying for good.
This month we ask each other one simple question. “Who are we?” This is the first of many stories produced entirely by students from McDowell County, West Virginia. Take a listen and enjoy our words.
In our first episode, we introduce you to the Student Pack, take you behind the scenes of our latest film shoot, and get the opinion of the students of the usual national narrative of McDowell County, West Virginia.
If you are a Junior or Senior at River View or Mount View High School, make your voice heard by joining the Student Pack Podcast!