Dandan Middle School lauds NJSDA winners

Coach Elaine Cabrera, far left, and principal Lynn Mendiola, far right, flank Dandan Middle School participants to last Jan. 23’s National Junior Speech and Debate competition at DMS. (Contributed Photo)

Coach Elaine Cabrera, far left, and principal Lynn Mendiola, far right, flank Dandan Middle School participants to last Jan. 23’s National Junior Speech and Debate competition at DMS. (Contributed Photo)

Dandan Middle School gives big kudos to its students for their success in the National Junior Speech and Debate competition held right at DMS itself last Jan. 23. This had been Round 3 for the NJSDA in preparation for a much-awaited tilt this February.

“The students are devoted… They are getting in gear for a long, energy-challenging Regional competition. Ms. Elaine Cabrera our co-coach and our principal Lynn Mendiola are very dedicated to the success of the students,” coach and DMS registrar said Kristene Wolf.

Also from Dandan Middle School, 6th grade student Jonathan Wolf, is expected to leave for Texas next week, to compete in the International Junior Thespian Society, National Competition.

Poetry Reading:
1st Place, Cindy Wu

Declamation:
1st place, Jonathan Wolf

Humorous Interpretation:
1st place, Jonathan Wolf

Prose Reading:
1st place, Jonathan Wolf

Carolinian Prose Reading:
1st Place, Bina Mary Reyes

Impromptu Speaking:
1st Place, Holly Liban
2nd Place, Rio Ayu Shadow

Dramatic Interpretation:
2nd Place, Holly Liban

Story Telling:
2nd Place, Grace Zhang
3rd Place, Bina Mary Reyes
4th Place, Joseph Zhang

Duo Interpretation:
2nd Place, Holly Siu & Grace Zhang
4th Place, Joanna Mae Caguioa & Rio Ayu Shadow

Original Oratory:
5th Place, Rio Ayu Shadow

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