The first to third placers will be awarded with gold, silver, and bronze medals respectively. The winners of gold medals are fifth-grader Gianpaolo Borromeo and second-grader Julia Christine Jinang, both for Impromptu Speaking. The silver medalists are second-grader Kei Lizama and fourth-grader James Keaton, also both for Impromptu Speaking. The bronze medalists are third-grader Brandie Matsumoto for Impromptu Speaking, first-grader Moira Ernest, and third-grader Steven Adriatico, both for Dramatic Interpretation.
The administration, faculty and staff, and parents of Grace Christian Academy would like to extend their congratulations to all the winners and thank everyone who participated, including the coaches and judges in this year’s PGFC competitions.
Organized by the National Forensic League board and supported by the CNMI Public School System, kindergarten to fifth grade students from private and public schools vied for this year’s PGFC regional awards in forensic arts: reading, public speaking, and interpretations.
Great job to all GCA PGFC participants this school year and congratulations to the following winners.
Julia Christine Jinang, first place
Kei Lizama, second place
Moira Grace Ernest, third place
Moira Grace Ernest, fifth place
Sara Elizabeth Keaton, fourth place
Gianpaolo Borromeo, first place
James Alexander Keaton, second place
Brandie Matsumoto, third place
Matthew Ernest, fourth place
Steven Adriatico, third place
Mikaelah Owens, fourth place
GCA PGFC Coach/Coordinator: Esther Manzano,
GCA PGFC Volunteer Judges: Rowena Libut, Cesar Libut, Paulo Montecarlo, Minna Ito, Melody Woo