HSRRS Edition #5 (Air date: June 6, 2017)

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High School Radio Road Show 1
In this edition of the High School Radio Road Show:
Waterbury Arts Youth Radio (WAY Radio),

A show produced by the high school students in Radio Club at Waterbury Arts Magnet School (WAMS) in Waterbury, CT

  • Round up of events and activities at WAMS
  • College -- right after high school or taking a gap year
  • Creative writing
  • Grading the American president's first 100 days
  • Interview with the Band director
  • A memoir of personal evolution

Special thanks to the WAMS Radio Club's faculty adviser Domenic Quattrociocchi, to our principals Lauren Elias, Joseph Nole and Patricia Moore, to our after-school coordinator Holly Gillis and to the City of Waterbury for their help and support.

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HSRRS Edition #4 (Air date: June 7, 2016)

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High School Radio Road Show 4
In this edition of the High School Radio Road Show:
Waterbury Arts Youth Radio (WAY Radio)
A show produced by the high school students in Radio Club at Waterbury Arts Magnet School (WAMS) in Waterbury, CT
Show Line-up
  • Student opinions on the presidential campaigns
  • A report on Habitat for Humanity
  • A satiric sketch on American society by Claire Greene
  • A vocal performance by Chrystal Ortiz
  • Special report: The Trump and Sanders rallies in CT
  • A look at the WAMS In-school suspension system
 
Special thanks to the WAMS Radio Club's faculty adviser Domenic Quattrociocchi, to our principals Lauren Elias, Joseph Nole and Patricia Moore,
to our after-school coordinator Holly Gillis and to the Waterbury Board of Education for their help and support.

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HSRRS Edition #3 (Air date: June 2, 2015)

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High School Radio Road Show 3
In this edition of the High School Radio Road Show:
Waterbury Arts Youth Radio (WAY Radio)
A show produced by the high school students in Radio Club at Waterbury Arts Magnet School (WAMS) in Waterbury, CT
Show Line-up
  • A report on Habitat for Humanity
  • Live music from Miles LaBarr
  • A report on the high school European trip
  • Creative writing by two WAMS students
  • An interview with students from the Gay Straight Alliance
 
Special thanks to WAMS principals Lauren Elias and Dana Manning, and to the Radio Club's faculty adviser Domenic Quattrociocchi for their help and support.

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HSRRS Edition #2 (Air date: January, 2013)

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In this edition of the High School Radio Road Show:
Social Justice Radio - a show produced by the students in the Math, Music and History classes at High School in the Community in New Haven, CT.

Show Line-up
  • Interview with a Vietnam veteran
  • Musical collaboration: composing a social justice song
  • Student definitions of social justice
  • A survey on the issue of school safety

Social Justice Radio is the culmination of a 10-week media literacy residency conducted by Richard Hill in collaboration with History teacher Dan Roque, Math Teachers Thomas James and Cari Strand and Music teacher Nathan Trier under the auspices of the Higher Order Thinking (Hot) Schools program.
 
Students in this program brainstormed content, researched topics and recorded their original ideas to create the segments of this curriculum-based show. 
 
Special thanks to HSC program coordinator Frances Pierson, our HOT School liason Paulette Jackson; to the New Haven Board of Education; and to Bonnie Koba and Amy Goldbas of the CT Office on the Arts and the CT HOT Schools program, respectively.

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HSRRS Edition #1 (Air date: July 2, 2013)

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High School Radio Road Show 1
In this edition of the High School Radio Road Show:
Waterbury Arts Youth Radio (WAY Radio)

A show produced by the high school students in Radio Club at Waterbury Arts Magnet School (WAMS) in Waterbury, CT

  • Report on the Student Council trip to Europe
  • Music performance by a Waterbury Arts singer/song writer
  • A conversation with two members of the Gay Straight Alliance
  • Interview with Egyptian-American Mirna Hanna about her Coptic-Christian heritage
  • Discussion about the pressure on high school students to choose a major
  • Teachers tell all: what did they want to be when they were teen-agers
This inaugural edition of WAY Radio is the culmination of a 10-week media literacy residency conducted by Richard Hill with a group of high school students from different arts and academic backgrounds.

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