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Mary Beth Tinker visits Whitney High School

March 31, 2014 News, Whitney HS News No Comments
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Mary Beth Tinker to visit Whitney High School on Tuesday, April 1, 2014.

Mary Beth Tinker is a free speech activist known for her role in the 1969 Tinker v. Des Moines Independent School District Supreme Court case.  The court case decision ruled that Warren Harding Junior High School could not punish her for wearing a black armband to school in support of a truce in the Vietnam War. The case set a precedent for student speech in school.

To read more about her tour, CLICK HERE.

To watch her speech,  CLICK HERE. PLEASE FAST FORWARD TO 10:00, to the beginning of the presentation.

Here are the details:

Mary Beth Tinker

Whitney High School Theater

April 1, 2014

10:00-11:00 am

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Every 15 Minutes – Funeral 2013

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Wildcat Productions
By: Kelsea Lake and Daniel Schetter
4.03.13

In this video, Wildcat Productions students follow the crash victims and the arrested drunk driver to their final destination.  After all the juniors and seniors went to lunch, and eighth period, our photographers continued to follow the journey of the Every 15 Minutes participants. This short film played at the beginning of the funeral assembly, before the guest speakers, to the entire junior and senior classes.

 

Please click the picture to watch the show.

Every 15 Minutes – Car Crash 2013

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Wildcat Productions
By: Kelsea Lake and Daniel Schetter
4.02.13

In this video, Wildcat Productions students explain how the driver of car got drunk and why the victims were riding together.  This short film played at the start of fourth period, to the entire school, before all the juniors and seniors walked out to the crash scene.

 

Please click the picture to watch the show.

The Archetypes featured in the Placer Herald

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The Archetypes featured in the Placer Herald

3.03.13

To read the article and watch the film, CLICK HERE.

 

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