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Web Design Class - March 2008

Amarillo High School

Knowledge of website design software will certainly take this generation’s students far in the world of ever-advancing technology. It takes hard work to learn all the intricate details of web-building programs, and no one knows that better than the students in the Web Design class at Amarillo High School. Teacher Kelly Hudspeth commented that the class has only been available since last year. She said that her students have "really stepped up" to the challenge of learning to run programs such as DreamWeaver and PhotoShop. In a world of brand-new products and always changing technology, this class of students has risen to the occasion to learn the skills that will prepare them for careers in the world of tomorrow. Congratulations!

Photo by Micheal Lemmons / Amarillo Globe-News
First row: students Danielle White, Haley Ogburn and Lina Morales.
Second row: students Joshua Weemes, Tate Atkinson, Corey Cude, Kurt Johnson, Kevin Coffey and teacher Kelly Hudspeth.
Third row: Becky Zenor, Amarillo Chamber of Commerce; Dianne McClish, Amarillo Chamber of Commerce; Nancy Smith, Baptist St. Anthony Hospital; Ellen Green, Amarillo College; Lyndy Forrester, Amarillo Economic Development Corp.; Davida Dane, Bell Helicopter; Pam Zenick, Panhandle Regional Planning Commission; and Fernando Noriega United Supermarkets.
Fourth row: Les Simpson, Amarillo Globe-News; Chris Rea, West Texas A&M University; Jill Dana, McDonalds; Angela Lust, Amarillo Area Foundation; Andrea McClintock, Amarillo Chamber of Commerce; April Altom, Education Credit Union; Jay Ricci, Pro News 7; Barbara Simms, Park Central Retirement; Cherie Norman, Hastings; and Tim Archer, American Quarter Horse Association.

calendar of events
  • January 11
    Kickoff of 2009 Program
    Find out what Celebrate Education is all about in this special section in your Sunday paper.
  • March 7
    Regional Spelling Bee, West Texas A&M University
    The annual Regional Spelling Bee will feature the top spellers from the Amarillo area. The top five winners will receive scholarship money ranging from $500 to $5,000 and the winner will travel to Washington, D.C., in June to represent the area in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
  • Spring and Fall
    Amarillo Reads community-wide reading projects.
    Dates and details TBA
  • April
    Amarillo Education Matching Grants Program. Exact date TBA
  • April 10
    What's a Kid to Do Special Section
  • April 12
    What's a Kid to Do at the Amarillo Civic Center
    This event will focus on activities and camps for children to participate in during the summer..
  • May 8-29
    Beating the Odds
    A series of stories published daily in the Amarillo Globe-News during the graduation season that profiles people who have inspiring stories to tell about the degree they are about to receive.
  • May 12
    Ready for the Real World program at Amarillo Civic Center
    AISD juniors get training on what's going to face them in a little more than a year.
  • May 16
    Best and Brightest Special Section
  • May 16
    Best and Brightest Event at West Texas A&M University
  • Fall
    Discover College Day
    Fifth graders from area schools visit college campuses.
  • October 1
    Great Jobs Special Section
    Focusing on well paying jobs available in the area that people may not know about.
  • November 2
    Career Education Special Section
    Focusing on businesses and others in the community helping young people gain a career vision.
  • November
    Yes You Can Event
    Designed to help people gain information about the next level of education from GED to PhD. Date TBA.
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