Tiger Media Arts

CCSF Awards Media Grant

Circleville City School Foundation is pleased to announce that Monica Lombardo, Circleville High School Marketing teacher and Yearbook Advisor, has been awarded a $7,600 two year step down grant for the development of a series of media classes to be offered to CHS students beginning this fall. Tiger Media Arts is a collection of project-based classes aimed at producing creative graphics and video to promote CHS and the community.

Media Arts 101 will be a prerequisite for all other classes in the Tiger Media Arts program. Tiger Graphic Design will appeal to aspiring artists, photographers and creative students. Tiger Television will give students the opportunity to be a local celebrity. Yearbook participation will give students the opportunity to document their high school experience. Tiger Media Arts Capstone is a course designed specifically for seniors who have taken multiple media arts classes. Students in all of the media classes will have the opportunity to participate in BPA, Business Professionals of America. CCSF provides funding throughout the school year for innovative programs and projects that enrich the education of Circleville City School students.

Pictured l to r: Mollie Hedges, CCSF Chair; Stanley Huang, CCSF junior representative; Monica Lombardo, grant recipient; Chris Thornsley, CHS Principal

Pictured l to r: Mollie Hedges, CCSF Chair; Stanley Huang, CCSF junior representative; Monica Lombardo, grant recipient; Chris Thornsley, CHS Principal