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Dos Pueblos High School's Journalism class publishes new content throughout each school week. visit -- www.thechargeraccount.org --  which contains all original content such as: media galleries, breaking stories, sports coverage, magazine-like features, high-quality color photos and more that are all part of an on-going effort to bring the freshest news to our community.

 

The Charger Account made the transition to an online model in 2012 after partnering with Santa Barbara’s premier online news source, Noozhawk.com.  

 

Under the direction of English teacher and Charger Account advisor Kelly Savio, students enroll in our Journalism course which counts as a UC A-G elective course.  The course meets daily--developing skills in such areas as: reporting, newswriting, features, photojournalism, and journalism ethics. 

 

No previous journalism experience is necessary; however, students must have a positive attitude, be willing to work as a team, and be willing to spend some time outside of class covering events for the newspaper.  

 

After stories are submitted and edited, they are posted on the paper's website. Students, parents, and the rest of the DP community have access to the content from the website, daily email subscriptions, and via the paper's facebook andtwitter feeds. 

 

For more information on The Charger Account please email questions, comments, and concerns to the 2014-15 Editors in Chief Michael Aling, Caroline Gay or Ainsley Diehl at:

maling15@thechargeraccount.org, 

cgay15@thechargeraccount.org 

adiehl16@thechargeraccount.org 

 

Subscribe to The Charger Account. Every morning, you will receive an email in a digest format with all of the latest stories posted on the site.

 

Click here to read a story on The Charger Account's transition to an online news source.

 

Click here to read a story on Noozhawk publisher Bill Macfadyen winning a national journalism award for his work with the student journalists of The Charger Account.