Next, we will watch the advertisement for this year's Friendship Follies!
Next, we will continue with The Harbor.
Social media can be an ugly place. We’ve all seen drama, hateful comments, and even people posing as others. On this week’s episode of The Harbor by Jostens, educator and co-founder of #iCANHELP, Matt Soeth, gives tips on how you can help turn social media into a positive place and delete the negativity
The AFHS FCCLA and HOSA are sponsoring a Food Drive! Watch the video below to learn how you can help and maybe even earn donuts!
As we continue to follow the Harbor Legacy Tour, we now take a look at how Mike’s message to studentsto be inclusive and leave a positive legacy at their school has been put into practice.
Some students at Robinson Secondary School in Virginia decided to do just that.“We realized it is possible for us to get to know each other as real people,” explained junior Nam Kim.
With a student body of 4,000, the Student Government Association decided it was time to learn more about their classmates.
They noticed that the highlights of their sports teams were being played to the whole student body in the mornings, creating more school spirit and higher attendance at their events.
This sparked the idea to create Rams Get Real, a video series highlighting stories from their student body. In the same way the sports highlights allow students to get to know the sports teams better, Rams Get Real is designed to have the student body get to know other students, and their stories, better. See their call to action below.