8th grader develops online voting for his school’s yearbook superlatives
Written by Evan Blackwell, CJE
Some Yearbooks Blog kudos to Mitchell Hallee, an 8th grader from William Johnston Middle School in Colchester, Conn., who recently came up with a way for the students at his school to vote for their yearbook superlatives online.
As the Norwich Bulletin reported, Hallee created an online form from an Excel spreadsheet – not unusual for his inventive mind.
“As educators, we often have students who are bright, but who do not go above and beyond with their gift,” yearbook adviser Olga Walker told the newspaper. “Mitchell spent countless hours researching and fool-proofing the form to accomplish my request.”
December 03, 2012 at 11:48 am, Nora Elizabeth said:
I am a yearbook editor and I was wondering how you made this site, i would like to use it for my school. Thank you