Cool School Newsletters, Newspapers, and Magazines
How can newspapers
and magazines provide a real-world audience for students?
Where can students publish their projects and artwork?
What makes online publishing so attractive to students?
Many schools have a newsletter or newspaper, but does your school publish an online newspaper or ezine? School e-newspapers include everything from a regular school newspaper along with columns, chats, forums, and other interactive features.
Looking for ways to produce high-quality online student newspapers? Read the following resources:
Elementary & Middle School
- Junior Seahawk from Seattle, Washington
- Moleules in Motion from Arlington Science Focus School Kindergarten Class
- Newsletter from Collier Elementary School, Tuscon Unified School District, AZ
- ROMPS Review - Robinson O'Neal Primary School, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands (check out their May 2006 issue)
- A Blast
- Black and White
- Davis Hub
- The Eagle
- El Estoque
- The Eye Online
- Eye of the Storm
- FHC Today
- FHN Today
- Fort Tribal Talk
- Foothills Dragon Press
- GB Gazette
- Globe Online
- Harbinger Online
- HiLite Online from Carmel, Indiana
- Kirkwood Call
- Knight Errant
- The Lariat
- Lion's Roar from Newton South High School, Newton Centre, Mass.
- The Littlehawk
- Lowell on the Web from San Francisco, Calif.
- Niles West News
- Orange and Black GJHS News from Grand Junction High School, Grand Junction, CO
- Oshkosh West from Oshkosh, WI
- The Paly Voice from Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, Calif.
- Penn Points
- The Recorder
- Rockville Rampage Online from Rockville High School, Rockville, Maryland
- Silver Chips Online from Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, Maryland
- Spectator Online from Stuyvesant High School, New York, N.Y.
- Stagg Line
- The Talon
- The Tribune from Norman OK
- The Voice
- TRN Wired
- West Side Story
- Wayland Student Press Network
- Piano Adventures’ Teachers Newsletter (4 issues per year) by Nancy & Randall Faber
Explore online student magazines and newspapers. Brainstorm ways you could start your own project.