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  • Adobe workshops slated for January

    Adobe workshops slated for January

    Teresa Scribner, Vice President

    WJEA is pleased to present two days of hands-on training for media advisers and students in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop. Space is limited to 30 participants for each session. The cost is $75 per session for WJEA members and their students and $110 per session for non members. Register...

  • Save the Date

    Save the Date

    Teresa Scribner, WJEA Vice President

    The WJEA 2019 Spring Conference and Write-Off Competition will take place on Saturday, March 16, at Cleveland STEM High School in Seattle. Students will be able to hear from top journalists around the region, as well as network with other high school journalism students from around the state. The...

  • Journalism: a Perfect Fit

    Journalism: a Perfect Fit

    Dave Riggs, WJEA Secretary

    Sandra Coyer is a high school journalism teacher, not a soothsayer. But she has her moments. Four years ago, at the Puyallup High School Curriculum Fair, she was introduced to a freshman. The mother had previously told Coyer her daughter was interested in journalism and had, in sixth grade, demonstrated...

    2018 WJEA Journalist of the Year, Haley Keizur, left, and her adviser, Sandra Coyer.

  • Help Us Help You!

    Help Us Help You!

    Please help WJEA be more effective. Board members have developed a survey to get a better idea of what you, as advisers, want and need. Take a few minutes and complete the survey--whether you are a WJEA member or not. We truly appreciate your time and opinions!...

  • Nathan Hale’s Ted Lockery honored with Adviser of the Year

    Nathan Hale’s Ted Lockery honored with Adviser of the Year

    The 2018 WJEA Adviser of the Year is Ted Lockery of the Nathan Hale High School Sentinel in Seattle. There were many outstanding nominees from journalism programs across the state, but the quantity, enthusiasm and admiration of Ted’s advocates made him the clear choice. Ted was nominated by num...

  • Auburn’s adviser Tom Kaup recognized with Dorothy McPhillips award

    Auburn’s adviser Tom Kaup recognized with Dorothy McPhillips award

    The WJEA Dorothy McPhillips Award is the highest award given by the Washington Journalism Education Association, and honors a member for extraordinary achievement in improving scholastic journalism in our state. This award is not given out annually; rather it is awarded only when it is warranted. ...

  • JEA Curriculum available for preview

    JEA Curriculum available for preview

    Sandra Coyer

    Wondering if the $65 additional registration fee for the Journalism Education Association is worth the cost? One of the benefits of membership (in addition to reduced rate on books through the JEA Bookstore as well as access to the JEA-HELP Listserve) is access to an ever-changing online curr...

    The JEA Curriculum website offers a plethora of lessons on a variety of journalistic topics. Lessons include handouts as well as Powerpoints, quizzes, and a suggested script. A preview of the curriculum is now available on the JEA website.

Adobe workshops slated for January
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Tinker vs. DesMoines with us March 16!!!
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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Tinker vs. DesMoines with us March 16!!!
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NEW VOICES Resources

August 21, 2018

Washington becomes 14th state to extend free speech protection to student journalists

Washington becomes 14th state to extend free speech protection to student journalists

March 22, 2018

New Voices Washington State: For a free and responsible scholastic press

January 16, 2018

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Journalism: a Perfect Fit

Critique service open to members, June 15 deadline

May 14, 2018

Honor a senior, order them a plaque

April 24, 2018

Cleveland’s Tina Dang takes Lu Flannery Outstanding Journalist Award

Cleveland’s Tina Dang takes Lu Flannery Outstanding Journalist Award

March 13, 2018

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Polls

What would you like to have more professional development around?

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J-Camp 2018 is a wrap!
Revised information about the WJEA Summer Camp, July 31-Aug. 3.

Revised information about the WJEA Summer Camp, July 31-Aug. 3.

June 24, 2018

Summer camp registration opens; register now for July 31-Aug. 3

Summer camp registration opens; register now for July 31-Aug. 3

April 18, 2018

You should think about coming to camp!

You should think about coming to camp!

March 12, 2018

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WJEA Board
WJEA Board 2018-20

Executive Director: Kathy Schrier, wjeaexecutivedirector@gmail.com

President: Anne Hayman, Arlington High School, mywjeapresident@gmail.com

Vice-President: Teresa Scribner, Cleveland High School, Teresa.scribner@gmail.com

Treasurer: Dana Smith, Bellingham School District, danakbsmith@gmail.com

Secretary: Dave Riggs, Wenatchee High School, playball222@gmail.com

Video

Superior winners in the Broadcast Feature category at the 2018 State Write-off contest.

The official site of the Washington Journalism Education Association
The official site of the Washington Journalism Education Association