B-CC Newspaper Seeking Student Quarantine Stories
“How are teens really doing in quarantine?” As you can imagine, it’s complicated. Students at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School’s newspaper, The Tattler, tackled that question and wrote about it in a year-end issue: Bethesda-Chevy Chase Tattler’s 2020-in-Review
The Tattler staff is encouraging other students to send in their stories for a countywide compilation. The compilation will be a print and an interactive digital magazine, and will capture slices and moments of what life has been like for teens during these tumultuous times.
Students can submit profiles, music, feature stories, photos, creative writing, diary entries, poetry, film, podcasts and more. Use this form to submit. Students can submit as many pieces as they would like. The deadline is Friday, Feb. 5.
For more information, contact Bethesda-Chevy Chase teacher David Lopilato.