Carson High School’s journalism created new social media accounts to share the highlights of the school with frequent updates, announcements and events.
The majority of teens use these social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook often, so having information regarding our school right there on our feed can be very beneficial.
“Social media is the way to go, it’s the way people communicate. We’re doing so many amazing things at Carson that I personally don’t have time to get all the great things out there,” Principal Windy Warren said. “So I’m very excited about Journalism taking this on because when students take hold of the things that we’re doing and share with other students, then [the students] start talking about positive things rather than negative [aspects of] social media.”
Students today use social media on a daily basis to share events throughout their day or get the latest news. So how would they feel about CHS being on their feed?
“I think it’s a very good idea because I get to know the insight and updates about my school,” junior Tyler Brown said.
Some students seemed excited about Carson finally becoming more active on social media.
“I think it’s actually pretty cool when high schools are on social media so it’s good that our school is caught up,” senior Mysha Edwards said.
To stay updated about CHS news and updates, follow these accounts: