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Inkspot

Whatever you are interested in, we've got it covered.

Inkspot

Whatever you are interested in, we've got it covered.

Inkspot

About the Inkspot

With the world’s technology continuing to advance, the NCHS Inkspot is continuing on with its online news for the second year in a row.  Not only is this a quicker way for Normal Community to spread important news, but it is also a way to share information about the school with anyone who has Internet access.

The Inkspot contains school, local, national, and global news while still keeping its focus on NCHS and its students and staff.

The Inkspot attempts to leave reader’s feeling informed on the latest news because of the continuous updates while still creating a fun atmosphere.  The Inkspot gets students involved by taking in submissions for many different subjects.  Students can submit captions for the “Photo Caption Contest”, art for the “Artspot” and can share their opinions by answering polls.

More information on how to submit can be accessed by clicking the links at the top of the Inkspot webpage.  If students want to be a part of the Inkspot, but aren’t directly involved in the journalism class, the option of contributing to the site is still available.  There is a “submit an idea” button at the top of the webpage where students are more than welcome to share ideas.

Specific events on the Inkspot can be found by using keywords in the search bar on the webpage, or through the calendar (if searching by date is more desirable).

More information on who is sharing the news stories through the Inkspot can be found under the “staff” tab.  A photograph of each Journalism student is available along with a short bio on each journalist.  Stories written by the staff member selected pop up with their information.

The Inkspot is always searching for new ideas.  The newspaper is always available at nchsinkspot.com, but can also be accessed through the free NCHS Inkspot smartphone application.

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IF YOU SHARE THE INKSPOT'S PASSION for empowering Normal Community's aspiring journalists and equipping them with viable and valuable digital media skills, please consider contributing to our cause.
Your support plays a vital role in enabling the Inkspot to invest in top-tier equipment, maintain memberships in distinguished professional organizations such as the Journalism Education Association and National Scholastic Press Association, send our students to compete at state and national contests, and attend the National High School Journalism Convention.
Your generosity is the key to providing these students with a truly enriching educational experience. THANK YOU.

About the Contributor
Natalie Trumbull, Staff Reporter
Natalie is a junior at NCHS who manages to focus on her studies and the fun of being a teenager simultaneously.  She is a second year journalism student with a love for graphic design. Random Fact About Me Although I have a very large personality, I will forever be four foot eight.  The best things come in small packages. Guilty Pleasure Catscatscatscatscatscats. Slogan to Live By "When in doubt, meow it out."      
Donate to Inkspot
$1615
$3000
Contributed
Our Goal