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NSPA presents Leadership Award in Student Journalism

15 staff honored among 1,400 high school journalists
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Fourteen members of McIntosh Student Media were honored by the National Scholastic Press Association. for their exemplary work.

The National Scholastic Press Association, the nation’s largest association serving scholastic media, has named approximately 1,400 high school journalists as recipients of the new Leadership Award in Scholastic Journalism.

Locally, the following students from McIntosh High School were honored:

  • Catherine Amendola, Social Media Manager , the Legend yearbook
  • Asa Boddie, Multimedia, The Trail Student News Site
  • River Boyle, Sports Editor, the Legend yearbook
  • Rebekah Bushmire, Editor-in-Chief, The Trail Student News Site and Managing Editor, The Legend Yearbook
  • Mikayla Carrino, Staff Writer, the Trail Student News Site
  • Brady Dunn Design Editor, the Legend yearbook
  • Ava Flores Editor-in-Chief, the Legend yearbook
  • Caroline Franklin Photo Editor, the Legend yearbook
  • Chelby Gambrel Clubs Editor, the Legend yearbook
  • Savannah Hayes News Editor, The Trail Student News Site
  • Grace Lovejoy, Features Editor, The Trail Student News Site
  • Camilla O’Connell Coverage Editor, the Legend yearbook
  • Luke Soule, Multimedia Editor, The Trail Student News Site
  • Adwa Umoya, Social Media Manager, The Trail Student News Site
  • London Whilby Design Editor, the Legend yearbook

“NSPA is pleased to honor such a distinguished group of student journalists,” associate director Gary Lundgren said. “The leadership demonstrated by these students during their two years working on high school media will serve them well for careers in journalism or any future endeavors.”

To earn the NSPA Leadership Award in Student Journalism, a high school student must serve with distinction for at least two years on the staff of an NSPA-member high school broadcast, literary arts magazine, newspaper/newsmagazine, specialty magazine, website or yearbook by the end of the current school year.

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Students are nominated by their advisers. A specific grade-point average is not required; however, students must be in good academic standing and demonstrate journalistic excellence and staff leadership while maintaining the high ethical standards outlined in the NSPA Model Code of Ethics.

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