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To find out how to get involved with the WSPN check out the WSPN Club Facebook page. As a member of the club you can be involved in all aspects of WSPN: writing, photography, videography, business, web design, and more. Another way to get involved is to sign up for the Wayland High School Journalism course. To find out more, email [email protected]
Advertising on WSPN is a great way to reach clients in Wayland, Greater Boston, around the country, and even around the world. Specifics about advertisement pricing, locations, and other information can be found here.
Running a high quality publication such as WSPN is a costly operation. WSPN only receives a small stipend from Wayland High School and must find other means with which to cover expenses. WSPN seeks to attain advertisers that will be relevant to its readers. WSPN does not allow advertisers to dictate content or site design.
Comments are not published for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, there is a short turnaround time between comment submission and approval by the WSPN Executive Board. Additionally, if a comment does not adhere to the WSPN Comment Policy it will not be published.
WSPN was created to serve as a voice for the students of Wayland High School. WSPN is a student-run, open public forum. All content decisions are made by student editors and does not need to be approved by the administration. For more information about WSPNs first amendment rights check out its policies.
WSPN does not sell pictures because all content on WSPN is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license. This means that its readers can use its content as long as the work is properly attributed to WSPN.
Event photos and breaking news photos can be emailed to [email protected]. WSPN appreciates all reader submissions.
Before you can begin your site you will need a domain name and a server host. You will then need a content management system (CMS) such as WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal. There are many additional resources available to students starting their own online newspaper. Organizations such as JEA Digital Media, HSJ.org, and School Newspapers Online all have tools, services, and information to help students starting their own website. If you have questions specific to WSPNs publication, contact us directly.
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