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SJW: The preview

Power of the Press
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Jessica Bureau

Scholastic Journalism Week, aka SJW, has been hosted every second week of February for more than 100 years. SJW focuses on promoting roles in journalism such as communication skills, critical thinking skills, and media literacy among students. Each year carries a different theme, and this year’s is “Power of the Press.”

Each day during SJW, advanced journalism students will feature an article, cartoon, and/or editorial highlighting the importance of the press, and share their experiences in the field. Students and staff can also learn more on our Instagram page: grove_news.

Our goal for this week is to spread awareness about the challenges and opportunities of journalism, including learning more about the extent of freedom of the press and how it affects us today.

Despite SJW being held in February, SJW will be posted this week of April due to advanced journalism students focusing on the yearbook back in February.

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Alaja Depina
Alaja Depina, Communication Chief
What's up! My name is Alaja, but everyone calls me Lála. I was in the Medical Academy but I switched my career to Journalism this year (11th grade). I was born in Brockton, MA, and moved to Florida without my parents at the age of 12. I am half Angolan and half Cape Verdean, I understand all versions of Portuguese due to my culture. I used to do/play soccer, track, cross country, taekwondo, jazz band, and advanced band. I was a tutor for the 21st-century program and a coach for a program called Playworks. I love food, music, theories, my two dogs, hanging out with friends, and, of course, talking! I am everywhere and nowhere at the same time, so have fun looking for me.  
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Hi guys, my name is Jessica Bureau and I'm a Junior in the Medical Academy. You’ll normally find me around campus participating in almost every activity. Things that interest me are photography, interior design, criminal justice, and the medical field. I love going out and being a helping hand. I hope to become someone else's motivation as I finish high school.  

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    ChandlerApr 18, 2024 at 4:25 pm

    Thank you, this tells me more about what SJW is and even more details about it. It explains what’s the of it.

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    Faithlyn WiddigApr 18, 2024 at 2:20 pm

    I really like this Story due to me being uneducated in what SJW was. Due to this story I was able to find out what SJW is, this year’s theme, and when it’s hosted. I can’t wait to see the theme you guys post.

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