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What. A. Team. Ryle Forensics Last Chance Invitational on Jan 31 st (Scott placed 3 rd, without congress points)
Ryle Forensics Last Chance Invitational on Jan 31 st Kudos goes out to Scott High School Forensics team with their 5th place finish at the Ryle Last Chance Invitational on Jan 31st (3rd place without congress points) and the two Senior 1st place winners- Casey J Child in DI and Seth Neil Cooper in POI! Seth Neil Cooper Brianna ParsonsBrianna Parsons took 6th in POI and placed 2nd in Duo Improv with partner Sydney Hancock, Sam Smith 3rd in Improv Story, Mallory Mitchell 5th in Oratory and 4th in Duo Interp with James Krauth, and Beth Schaefer took 6th in Broadcasting. The Scott Forensics Team prepares next for Regionals on Feb 14th at Turkeyfoot Middle – rounds start at 1:30, with the awards ceremony slated for 6 pm in the gymnasium/auditorium. Regional competition is the prequalifier to the KHSSL State event that is Mid March on the UK campus, and determines Regional/Runners Up in each category in the NKY district.Sam SmithMallory MitchellJames KrauthBeth Schaefer Additionally, 4 students received their next seal of certification in the National Forensics Speech and Drama honors program – they are: Seth Cooper – Merit Sydney Hancock – Honor Stuart Nicholas – Honor Beth Schaefer – Excellence Congrats to the Scott ForensicEagles and good luck at Regionals!
Ryle Forensics Last Chance Invitational on Jan 31 st Sam SmithSam Smith 3rd in Improv Story!
CONGRATULATIONS TO SCOTT'S GOVERNOR'S SCHOLARS PROGRAM (GSP) 2014-15 FINALISTS! Markie Duffy, Jessica Flesch, Lexi Flynn, Erin Glynn, Sydney Hancock, Adrienne Olano, Lauren Radenhausen, Samantha Timmers, Camille Wartman Great Job Eagle Scholars!
CONGRATULATIONS TO SCOTT'S GOVERNOR'S CUP TEAM ON THEIR STRONG SHOWING! Team members include: Jackie Auman, Jake Beckelhimer, Justin Flynn, Declan Glynn, Erin Glynn, Clay Groeschen, Nicholas Klette, Katherine Moeykens, Ethan Paff, Spencer Peace, David Remley, Devon Schleyer, Billy Tackett, Samantha Timmers, and Camille Wartman
As a team, Scott won the Hume Sportsmanship Award at Governor’s Cup, below left. The 4 students pictured above, right, earned the opportunity to compete in Regionals. Camille Wartman 2nd place in Written Composition; Justin Flynn 4th place in Mathematics; Nicholas Klette 3rd place in Social Studies; Samantha Timmers 4th place in Written Composition. GREAT JOB!
A group of students from Scott High School along with Teachers Debbie Pleasant and Andrew Harris attended the Annual Regional Diversity High School Student Education & Leadership Conference on Friday, January, 30, 2015 hosted by The Bowles Center for Diversity Outreach, Inc. The conference was held at the Northern Kentucky University Student Union and offered the students excellent opportunities for educational, cultural, and social leadership development, as well as networking and training to all of those in attendance. Highlights of the conference included state and regionally recognized education speakers from across Indiana, Kentucky & Ohio. STUDENTS ATTEND ANNUAL REGIONAL DIVERSITY CONFERENCE