Mary Beth Tinker meets staff members of the Noctiluca newspaper: Sam Allen, Caroline Duncombe, Abigail Plankey and Paul Schaefer. Their adviser, Aaron Ramponi, teaches at Appleton North High School.    KEMPA Executive Director Linda Barrington earns Carl Towley Award for 2013, JEA's top Honor, in Boston. <b>KEMPA students, publications win awards at JEA/NSPA convention in San Diego</b> Homestead students celebrate their Fifth Place Best of Show ranking at the San Diego convention. <b>KEMPA seeks a coordinator for the Day Workshop program!</b> The Coordinator for Day Workshop Programs is responsible for the coordination and development of KEMPA’s Day Workshops.  This program is a unique experience where scholastic journalism programs receive individualized instruction based on their programs’ needs. The Kettle Moraine Press Association announces its first photojournalism contest for member schools.  Due date for all photographs is April 15, 2014.

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