To Heard Citizens,
The Warcry (The Heard High School Newspaper) has been able to reach a wider audience since our transition to a digital distribution. Instead of providing the citizens of Heard County with news only once a month, we are now able to give our readers up to date information regarding school activities through our weekly update which can be found at heardhigh.com.
Now, instead of waiting an entire month to read about how a sport’s team did or what the band is up to, with just the click of a mouse, this information can be streamed directly to our readers.
In addition to our completely online newspaper, we have also added both a Facebook page and a Twitter account. This allows us to be more in touch with our readers and give them minute by minute updates during a game as well as provide them with action shots from multiple sporting events.
Our Facebook page is frequently updated with stats, pictures, and polls for our readers to enjoy and interact with. Being a part of the online Facebook community has allowed us to get more input from our readers, which lets us know what our readers want.
So far, we have nearly 950 “likes” on Facebook, and that number continues to grow. To find us, just search “The Warcry.”
Our Twitter account keeps the student population at Heard County High School more in the know of what The Warcry is covering. Since Twitter is used for constant status updates, our Twitter usually features live feed from sporting events.
Our Twitter handle is @TheWarcry1, so be sure to follow us. Readers should feel encouraged to Facebook, Twitter, or email us and let us know what they like, dislike, or want to see in next month’s edition of The Warcry.
To email us, send your message to email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from readers and we promise to keep your ideas and opinions in mind.
Thank you to the Heard County community for your continued support of our schools,
Orlando Burgos and Gracie Rowe, Editors of THE WARCRY