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Interested in Joining the News Team? 
by Amy Bland
 3/10/2016 9:18 AM
Learn How to Write a News Story 
by Amy Bland
 8/28/2015 9:00 AM
Read others' stories, then write yours 
by Amy Bland
 8/28/2015 8:59 AM

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General Information
Wolf Prints publishes stories online at PRWolfPrints.com, Follow us on Twitter (@prwolfprints) and Instagram.
Wolf Prints does not accept advertising.
Eligibility Requirements
All PR students are welcome to contribute at ANY TIME during the school year. Participate whenever you can!
Joining Procedures
See Mrs. Bland, teacher-librarian, for more information.
Time Commitment
Students write articles outside of school and submit them for review/editing by sharing them via Google Docs. Articles generally fall into one of the following sections: News, Opinion, Features, Fine Arts, Entertainment, and Sports.

We meet regularly at 7:00 A.M. Tuesday mornings in the Literacy Center (located in the library).  If you can't make the meetings, that's okay - you can still participate. However, it's useful to attend when you can because these meetings allow us to build a team atmosphere where we can generate ideas and give feedback to one another. 

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 Sponsor Contact Info

Amy V. Blandabland@d155.org
815-479-0404Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).


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  LQT Format for News Stories
  Criteria for Publication
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  How to Write a Profile Feature Article - NYTimes
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  Interviews - Tips Sheet
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  Principal Koch's Highlights Blog
  Best of SNO
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  Searchlights and Sunglasses
  Data Journalism for Beginners
  Journalist's Resource
  Tips for Headlines - NYTimes
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