Ukiah High Students Create Discord Server to Stay Connected; Currently Recruiting Admins


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Some students have created small Discord groups to stay connected and help each other with classwork. A group of students has a bigger vision: to develop a school-wide server and are looking for trusted admins to help monitor the content. Recruited admins will help make sure people are not hateful or toxic towards each other and keep it a lively community.

Because of distance learning, students have not been able to socialize as much as we used to. Before the pandemic, students could mix and make friends during lunch or break, but now, we can’t do that. Discord is an excellent way for people to stay connected and talk to each other in a simple, easy way. 

For those who do not know, Discord is a way for people to communicate with each other through text and voice chat channels. It has also been used as a way to make new friends or to stay in touch with old ones. Discord is usually used by gamers to communicate while playing or to chat with each other, but people often use it for other purposes as well.

To make a school-wide server, individual text chat channels are made for every class. Because this is such a big project, we need trusted people to help look over the server, and we are actively recruiting admins for the server. We ask anyone interested in joining the Discord or the the admin ranks to email and explain why you’re interested and a little about your experience with Discord.

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