2006-03-24 / Community

Beach Channel High School-AOIT Students Design At USA Today


Beach Channel High School Academy of Information Technology and Virtual Enterprise students recently went to the Manhattan offices of USA Today to create a front-page design layout for the newspaper/ magazine. The students learned about design elements used by USA Today staffers, as well as making deadlines and working together as a group to produce the newspaper. Pictured are the students and their teachers in front of the Madison Avenue Today headquarters. Beach Channel High School Academy of Information Technology and Virtual Enterprise students recently went to the Manhattan offices of USA Today to create a front-page design layout for the newspaper/ magazine. The students learned about design elements used by USA Today staffers, as well as making deadlines and working together as a group to produce the newspaper. Pictured are the students and their teachers in front of the Madison Avenue Today headquarters. Michael Ford presents at USA Today.      Michael Ford presents at USA Today. Margaret Bianculli; Sal Contes, the Director of NYC Academy of Information Technology Programs; and Frances Shackelford, Virtual Enterprise Coordinator. Both the Academy of Information Technology and Virtual Enterprise are part of the Business and Technology Department of Beach Channel High School. Margaret Bianculli; Sal Contes, the Director of NYC Academy of Information Technology Programs; and Frances Shackelford, Virtual Enterprise Coordinator. Both the Academy of Information Technology and Virtual Enterprise are part of the Business and Technology Department of Beach Channel High School. Left to right: Alissa Martarano, Tiffany Doris, Shackelford, and Vernon Bates work on the project. Left to right: Alissa Martarano, Tiffany Doris, Shackelford, and Vernon Bates work on the project. From left: Dewey Johnson, AOIT student; Bianculli; and Peter Getzoni, another AOIT student, discuss the different aspects of the design layout project. From left: Dewey Johnson, AOIT student; Bianculli; and Peter Getzoni, another AOIT student, discuss the different aspects of the design layout project. Jackie Espinal (third from left), Margaret Bianculli, Academy of Information Technology coordinator at Beach Channel (center) and Travis Dolderer (second from right) work on the design layout for USA Today.      Jackie Espinal (third from left), Margaret Bianculli, Academy of Information Technology coordinator at Beach Channel (center) and Travis Dolderer (second from right) work on the design layout for USA Today.

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