A new initiative called “I want to remember this” is a type of video journal for the 2017-2018 school year that was started by Key Club this year.
“‘I want to remember’ is a new idea created by Mr. Scott,” Key Club member Nathan Rowley said. “Students record a portrait shot of themselves and something worth remembering at Captain Shreve.”
These videos don’t have to be long, and since students would most likely use their phones, they could capture the moment in seconds.
“They set their phone to record, film themselves saying ‘This is [insert name here], and I want to remember this,’” adviser Michael Scott said. “Then they video the moment they want to remember and narrate exactly what’s going on over the video.”
Many are excited for this new project, including senior and Key Club president Parker Smith.
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The 2017 homecoming court is as follows:
Mary Catherine Douglas
Shreve’s Stephen, a.k.a. Buddy, Smith, who was a seventh-grade stud for Youree Drive coach Benji Piazza, gets a lot of joy plying his trade as a Gator wide receiver these days for coach Bryant Sepulvado.
Smith (6-2, 210) has been a productive perimeter player for the Gators over the past couple of seasons snaring just about every pass thrown his way by fellow senior Lucas Grubb. His hands of glue have already earned Smith a chance to play at the next level for Louisiana College.
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With a larger roster and a new swimsuit design, the swim team is preparing for competition in Division I this season.
“The new division will prove to be a challenge to some of them,” swim team sponsor Ardala Wigman said. “But a lot of them do have the potential to qualify [for state].”
This year has brought several changes for the team. Last year the team was classified in Division II. They also had only two swimmers competing on the roster, whereas this year they hope to have more than 10. They will also have a brand new team swimsuit design, featuring gator scales.
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After outscoring C.E. Byrd 12-7 in the jamboree Friday night, the varsity football team has high spirits before heading into the first regular season match-up against the Green Oaks Giants this Friday at 7 p.m. at Lee Hedges Stadium.
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325 baby gators were welcomed to The Swamp during the annual Camp Gator orientation event. Student Council president Gavin Bowman kicked off the event in the gym, joined by fellow student council members, JROTC, administrators, teachers, coaches, and spirit groups. Incoming freshmen also heard from Harvard Law School student body president, Adrian Perkins (c/o 2012). Following ice breakers, more introductions, and a pep rally, the new students enjoyed dinner while their parents had their own orientation session.
Gator cheerleader and fishing team member Harlee Connell is honored as KSLA’s Landers Dodge Athlete of the Week.
Students at Captain Shreve, C.E Byrd and Caddo Parish Magnet high schools will have new advanced placement coursework offerings this academic year.
Amy Douglas, who will be teaching the AP Capstone classes at Captain Shreve High in Shreveport, just got back from a week of training.
This is not your typical high school class, she observed.
“This is a skills-based class. So it’s not biology content, history content or English content. … We are teaching the students skills, and they will be evaluated and assessed on those skills at the end.”
Douglas said her students will learn critical thinking skills, reading attacks, posing a problem and coming up with a solution, looking at the same problem from a different perspective then coming up with a counterargument from the different perspective.
Student leaders at Captain Shreve High School have been awarded an honor from the National Association of Student Councils, the 2017 National Gold Council of Excellence.
Captain Shreve is the only school in Louisiana to earn the award ten years in a row.
The Director of NASC noted that earning the award was no small task and student’s success at the school is a testament to the support and leadership provided by Student Council adviser Martha Goza and to the value placed on the school’s integral part of the school’s educational mission.
Just last year, Goza was named the Warren E. Shull National High School Adviser of the year.
The Society for Science & the Public today named 45 Advocates who will work to expand opportunities for underserved students to compete and succeed in science research competition. The Society is also announcing a $100,000 grant from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and a $150,000 grant from Arconic Foundation, which will help to fund the program. As part of Regeneron’s 10-year, $100 million commitment to the Regeneron Science Talent Search, $30 million will support the Society’s outreach and equity programming and a portion has been allocated to the Advocate Grant Program.