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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Mark Larson
Mon, 30 Nov 1998 21:29:15 -0600
Our school does not have a prerequisite for photo. We have three levels of
photography including a senior independent study. Currently enrollments are
approximately 160 students, seven periods a day (wow --- no "4 block"
either!). The intro is a semester long, advanced photo II & III are year
long. The only advantage to a pre-requisite would be to reduce enrollments!
Sometimes, that would almost be nice...
What I mean is that photo is immensely expensive. Our $5000.00 budget
barely pays for chemistry and film, much less new cameras, lights, toner,
mounting supplies, etc. Students spend anywhere from $40.00-$150.00 in
addition for their own paper and field trips. How do others out there fund
your photo programs? Any suggestions to get more bang for the buck?
Mark Larson, Art Teacher
Lincoln High School
1801 16th Street So.
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494