A | 1.11.17 | Wednesday (2nd year)


  • Midterm; day three…….Exam week culture:
    • quiet work week, no collaboration, art direction from instructors during midterm is limited to minor interactions to clarify questions. When you complete the midterm it’s quiet worktime.
    • CTE lunch and CTE academic schedules stay the same.
    • DCM break, you will take your 15 minute when you need it and you will sign yourself out/in.
    • Afternoon: Each student gets two afternoons to work on the midterm. If you are choosing to work on your midterm today, check your exam folder out from an instructor. If you are not working on your midterm, it’s quiet worktime.
    • quiet worktime (listed in order of priority):
      • Priority 1: client work. Priority 2: Passion project. If everything is done, you can do tutorials, additional classwork, read a book, etc.
  • Pin Design voting. Must be completed by Thursday afternoon. When you are ready to go up and vote, see a teacher and we will give you a ballot to bring upstairs. Plan on voting either during an afternoon when you are not working on your exam, or during your morning break.

Projects/Assignments/Client Work

  • ALL. Passion Project
    • Final print portion DUE EOD Wednesday 1/18 
    • Motion: We will begin working in Premiere after midterms (who were we kidding?)
  • Tyler. 17000. Essex Rotary Hockey Poster. Client: Jeff Cabanaw
    • add band of new photographs (inc. girls)
    • waiting for high res photo
  • Alayna. 17001. Independence Market Gardens Logo. Client: Natasha Halverson
    • waiting on client response
  • Apollo. 17007. Little Ones University Logo. Client: Kristen Fontaine
    • waiting on client response
  • Tyler. 17008. EHS/CTE Nurse’s office branding project. Client: Karen Harlow (+ nurse staff)
    • see email with feedback… back to the drawing board….
  • Alayna. 17015. CTE Marketing Project. Client: Carrie Dickinson
    • research photographic displays
    • visit hallway and take photos
    • begin thumbnails of the series
  • Brian. 17027. Childcare Infographic. Clients: Norm Poutre, Connie Esmay, Lissa Bogner, Chris Chase
    • waiting for instructor feedback.
  • Apollo. 17039. DCM recruitment materials update. Client: Tracey Brown & Robin Perlah
    • finish type layout and resubmit for feedback.
  • Matt. 17042. Purim Poster. Client: Jan Salzman
    • waiting for client reply.
  • Mayla. 17044. Apple Cider Labels. Client: Brian Japp
    • Work with Ms. V to run labels on sticker paper.
  • Tyler  17035. Pre-Tech recruitment video. Client: Rebecca Morse
    • This is your first priority when not working on midterms.
  • Apollo. 17053. Dental Assisting logo. Client: Beth Ladd
    • waiting on instructor feedback
  • Apollo. 17052 Fine Arts Showcase poster. Client: Tina Logan 
    • waiting for images
    • begin layout plug in dates and school info
  • Brian. 17034 National Technical Honor Society package (invitation, poster for event, program, poster for requirements). Client: Sarah Wilson
    • PC/Poster: wait to print + deliver until numbers are confirmed by client.  
    • Fall Poster: make final revision (NTHS logo) and turn in for feedback
  • Brian. 17019. Flower Show Poster + Tickets. Client: Shawn Rouleau
    • make revisions and turn in for feedback
  • Matt. 17029. Bridge Concert poster + program. Client: Heather Finlayson
    • waiting on client feedback.
  • Mayla. 17050. Internship Posters. Client: Sarah Wilson
    • meet with Ms. V to get started. We have content and photos for three new posters.
  • Brian. 17066. Open House program and signs. Client: Charlie Brady.
    • Print out a copy of program with new colors (but old content). Then job is on hold until we get content (after midterms).

Upcoming dates

  • 1/9-1/12: DCM 2 Midterms
  • 1/16: NO SCHOOL

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