Thursday, November 10, 2016

Song Number 1 is recorded

The audio room is now a recording studio! Check it out.

Genevieve Curtis came in and recorded her song, New Gets Old. Harrison Goss was the audio engineer.  You can listen to the song here.

If you want to use the sound room or the video room please do.  Just email Mr. Wolotsky and he can reserve the space for you.  Need the room and technical assistance?  We can reserve the room and hook you up with a tech teamer who can help you.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016


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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Welcome Back!

Time for school again.  Let's remember some stuff about the library.

1.  Students may come to the library one period a day and can sign up for a pass in power school.

2. Students may only come to the library for one period a day

3.  No food in the library and please don't stop in during lunch. Only students with passes are permitted in the library.

4. The film room or studio is available for sign out.  Any students can reserve the room by emailing Mr. Wolotsky or Ms. Davison.

5. The library and the tech room both have chargers for you to leave your devices

6.  The library supports a student film festival by providing studio space and film equipment.  Any questions about this please see Mr. Wolotsky.

7. The tech office now has a vinyl cutter which can cut just about any custom stickers you want want.  Check the image for a few examples.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Terrific Student Innitiated Project

Caroline Coxe, a senior, has quietly gone out of her way to promote awareness for the plight of the homeless.  Tonight, she is being honored at Colby by Hardy Girls Healthy Women,  a nonprofit organization dedicated to the health and well being of girls and women.
If you would like to learn more about Caroline's process and intentions check out her video here. 

Caroline made her video with the help of Anchor Studios.  Please remember that if you have any video or audio creation needs please come to the tech room off of the library and we shall support you.

Congratulations Caroline Coxe!

Monday, February 29, 2016

Tech Team Stories: Our Badge System

As of today we have 31 members of the Falmouth High School Tech Team also known as FalTech.  Our members train asynchronously  and at their own pace. We use a badge system, which is pictured below.

Tech Teamers choose what trainings they want to work on.  When they have completed a training with proficiency they receive a badge.   We have badges for all kinds of different tech team tasks.  We have a customer service badge, a MAC operating system badge, a film editing badge, and a take apart badge, to name a few.  Below, you can see several Tech Teamers working on their take apart badge. 

Thursday, February 11, 2016

More Film Equipment for Checkout

Anchor Studios(off the library) continues to purchase film equipment that is available to all students and staff for checkout.  Pictured above is Liam Jacquet(2019) using a shoulder rig.  This device allows the cinematographer to obtain moving shots while lessoning the shakiness of the footage.

Above you can see Natou Rudenberg(2016) in front of our portable green screen.  This green screen is available for checkout.  We hope to have a green screen permanently installed inside our new audio studio, 

In this picture you can barely make out Max Abramson(2016) pointing two of our new studio lights at the camera.  We have two sets of these lights and they are available for checkout.  

Monday, January 25, 2016

Patrick Doyle - Writer for Rolling Stone and FHS Alum

Falmouth Students were lucky enough to hear Patrick Doyle, a FHS Alum and writer for Rolling Stone, share his professional experiences. Students learned how Mr. Doyle found his passion for writing while at FHS and then carried his passion forward thru college and into a career. Mr. Doyle also shared some challenges inherit to interviewing famous people like Mumford and Sons, Willie Nelson, and others. Most importantly, Mr. Doyle shared his advice for up and coming writers.