Hello from Pollicita Middle School Mobile Media Club!
Our program works on projects ranging from filming and editing videos, to blogging, and even pr and marketing campaigns to promote our school using technology! In January, the fundraising team decided to sell t-shirts to help raise money for our Mobile Media Club. To get students of our school and the community involved, we decided to have a t-shirt design contest here at our school. The theme of the t-shirt design contest is “Daly City Pride.” We wanted a theme that would highlight our city, bring the community together, and share the talents of our fellow classmates with everyone!
It would be so awesome to see people walking around the city, wearing a t-shirt designed by us! We are using this kickstarter to bring one of our designs to life. Your contributions will go towards preproduction and printing of the t-shirts, stickers and posters. Please help us reach our goal of producing a minimum of 100 Daly City Pride t-shirts!
We really appreciate your support, and hope you rock the winning design :)
The Mobile Media Club at Pollicita Middle School
More information about us
Pollicita’s Mobile Media Club is part of the P.I.E Alliance Network (www.piealliance.org). Our project is to bridge the digital divide by bringing free digital technology instruction to disadvantaged middle and high school students in the United States by promoting school-based, student-led Mobile Media Clubs, and using project-based mobile technology learning modules to enable students to create mobile apps for their schools in order to “bring the school to parents,” give “voice” to students about school activities and social issues, develop students’ digital technology and leadership skills, and inspire students to pursue careers in technology and media. This is the pilot year of the P.I.E Alliance’s first Mobile Media Club program. Below are some of our students working on their projects:
To find out more about our program, check out and subscribe to our social media sites:
[This campaign was by the students of the Mobile Media Club.]
The Mobile Media Club would like to thank the Jefferson Elementary School District and Principal Brent Marquez-Valenti for their support.
Risks and challenges
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