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STLP Project Examples

 



 
Daniel Boone Elementary STLP consists  9 students.  We have been introduced to various software programs for creating word clouds, photo manipulation and editing, movie making and graphic design. Our students entered the Winter Virtual Judging with original graphic design, music manipulation, photo manipulation and storytelling. We hope to expand our knowledge of these software programs, be more proficient in basic computer programs such as Word, Powerpoint and Publisher in order to instruct fellow classmates,  and to be introduced to stop motion video creation.  
 

 
Glenn Marshall Elementary

 


We basically are very active all year long. The main STLP project that we do at GME is a live morning broadcast through our IPTV program for the teachers to show in their classroom. In addition to a daily broadcast we also have students stay after school to work on other projects to be submitted for the Fall Winter Judging. We try to have 2nd-5th graders participate but open it to 1st grade students participate as well. This year we did a community service project and collected items for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. 

 

 
Kingston Elementary

              


 We are constantly recruiting and our current membership is composed of 18 students. Our STLP Club is a club designed around making the world a better place.  With that being said our missions statement is “To help, to lead, to grow, to inspire.”   We have worked on several things this year but our main service project is the yearbook here at Kingston. We are taking pictures for it, organizing them, and then designing the yearbook with the help of the Balfour Company.  We then plan to donate a portion of our proceeds to a charity of the student’s choice. 

 
Kirksville Elementary

Newly created STLP group consisting of 13students.  All students have completed a wordle design.  Two students’ designs were chosen to send for winter virtual judging.  Also, our top design was sent to surge for team t-shirts to be made.  We are starting with  photography and photography manipulation.
 
 

Kit Carson Elementary

 
 
 

Mayfield Elementary

Mayfield STLP students are working on a project titled  Mayfield Stomps Out Littering, which focuses on preventing littering in the community.  The group's purpose is for the project  is to inform others (studetns, parents, and the community) about how and why not to litter.  Students have also worked on manipulating photographs using sumopaint. 
 

Shannon
Johnson Elementary
We currently have 10 STLP active members but we also pull students when do special projects. All school year our STLP students take pictures for the yearbook and classroom projects for our school. They are also involved in special projects for example writing, producing power points and running our Veteran’s Day Program. Our STLP students are taught basic computer trouble shooting so that they can help when these issues arise in their classrooms. They also learn basic computer maintenance such as the proper way to clean projectors and workstations.The program our STLP actively promotes year round is recycling used cell phones, ink cartridges, and small electronics to earn money. This year they are raising money to purchase an IPad. They advertise this program in the school and community. They also help inventory and package recyclables. SJE STLP will be competing in the Winter Virtual Competition by submitted a feature video on their recycling efforts. We will also be attending the State Competition in Lexington to view what other STLP schools are doing in their program.
 
Silver Creek Elementary
Silver Creek STLP  consist of 21 students.
Our STLP is in the process of creating an online book library titled “Bobcats Online”.  

We continue to make efforts in recycling throughout our school and promote participation in our Can Food Drive to benefit families after the holidays.

Finally, our STLP help raise money for our schools Relay for Life team by constructing buttons and selling them during lunch periods.  Students learn cost of goods and how to estimate gross profit dollars. 

We have also been in communication with Foley Middle and Madison Southern STLP to construct a partnership that allows students to easily move from school to school with STLP knowledge and ideas.




 
Waco
Elementary

Our STLP project is based on giving back to our community for their dedication to our school for the past 100 years. Last winter we began meeting with community members to plan for our school’s 100 year celebration and the community walking trail, pavilion and playground area we are raising money to build.  We have hosted several events to raise money and invited the community to all of them. We created flyers, posters, sent letters to former staff, students and their families. We also involved local churches, businesses; cable channels, city government, district information channel and website administrator in helping us get our message out for each event. We held a huge 100 year celebration in September and had visitors from across the state as well as from three other states. Our students took visitors on tours of our school created items to be auctioned off, created a video that shared pictures that community members shared from the past 100 years and explained our walking trail plans and the commemorative brick that could be purchased to be added at the entry to the walking trail. Students are currently working on writing a healthy school plan that is part of a grant they are applying for. The grant will pay $5000 toward funding our community walking trail.

 

 

White Hall
Elementary

White Hall STLP has taken technology into their own hands this year!
Our group of 6 members have spent the first semester “Teaching Teachers Technology.”  The group held their own professional development class for the teachers of White Hall and taught them how to use the Quomo pad. The students are planning to take their PD Class to the next level in February when they present during Madison County
Tech Thursday's Professional Development . Students also have two other professional developments scheduled for White Hall teachers about using the clickers and using the iPad. WH’s STLP team created their own Edmodo account where teachers can go and ask for technology help.
Finally, White Hall competed in the Regional Showcase with their “Teaching Teachers Technology” project and qualified for the state competition!  
 

 

 


B. Michael
Caudill Middle
School


 
We currently have about 16 kids participating, mostly in the RCX/NXT tournament.  Have some of the students also working on other live events for the State Competition (e.g. App Development, SUMO Robot, Gaming, Photo Editing, etc.).  
 

Clark-Morres
Middle School
 

CMMS STLP consists of 9 students. We have five 8th grade, one 7th grade, and three 6th grade students. This year we have worked on making comic strips using “Toon Doo”, we have learned how to make a Google Search Story and have worked on completing the Digital Drivers License program. We also made self-address Christmas labels for the students to take home for parents to use on their Christmas cards. Students have also worked in classrooms to get computers up and running as well as helping to get old technology items ready to be picked up for surplus.  
 

Farristown
Middle School


Farristown Middle School’s STLP program is in its first year and we have been working on ways to engage and challenge students using technology.  One way of doing that is by initiating a student-run news program.  The news is also available to parents via a link to help with community awareness.  STLP students also compete in First Lego League which engages students in community involvement, communication and collaboration. 


 
Foley
Middle School


Foley Middle School STLP has 11 students. We have been working on photography.  We are a new group that is getting to know one another. We are currently working
on a videos.
  • Recycling
  • E-mail
  • Scratch Demo
One Foley student is working with the Madison Southern High School STLP and going to state for a product on Mail Merging. 
 
Madison
Middle School

 
 

 

 

 

 




Madison Central
High School


 
Madison Central STLP is doing a project ReThink Your Ride to get people of all ages to not text and drive.  Plus, not ride with anyone that texts and drives.
We have a student that has made his own website about the influence God has made on him.  He uses his website to teach others.
We have an online school newspaper for to keep students, staff, district, community and beyond can keep up with what is going on at our school.
Our students do robotics, gaming, help teachers, teach teachers, make videos, take digital pictures, and do any technology duties they are ask to do.  If they don't know how to do it they do what they can to learn.                           
Madison Southern
High School 
 

Madison Southern consist of 6 students.  he Southern/Foley STLP groups are working in conjunction on a student online help desk called "Techtidbits".  The purpose of the proejct is to develop and avenue via which parents, teachers, and students and quickly and easily get help with county software and equipment.  The website allows students to easily edit and upload content.  It contains videos, instrucitonal powerpoints, quick one page directions, and on-line web text. The members of the STLP group are focusing on developing the web content and distributing to the schools as well as promoting it to other Madison County employees.  The vision is to have this used by the county as a regularly used help desk mainly operated by students. 
 We are also partnering with the TSA organization to begin a robtics program. To fund our projects we are recylcing ink cartridges through the Greenschool project and when appropriate we right community grants