Carson High seeks judges for senior projects

Carson High School is currently seeking community volunteers to help judge senior projects.

The high school is going to provide training to help judges understand all that’s expected of them.

Senior Projects are mandatory and for every student to complete in order to get their diploma. Students select a project and develop a portfolio based upon completion of the project. The students then present in front of the community members a speech in which they detail the hands-on portion of their project.

Each panel typically consists of five students in front of a panel facilitated by one teacher, and usually has three to five community judges.

All formal panel presentations will be held on Monday, May 11, in three different time cycles of about 90 minutes each. Presentation times are at 8 a.m., 10 a.m. and noon.

Judges are expected to review senior portfolios before presentations, about 15-20 minutes per portfolio. Portfolios will be available for review between April 28 and May 12.

Volunteers will be accepted until panels become full. For more information contact Lily Reedy, Senior Project coordinator by email at or at 283-1640.


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