GCA congratulations the November PGFC participants and winners

Posted on Nov 30 2021


Grace Christian Academy administration, faculty, and staff would like congratulate their students who participated in the November (virtual) monthly qualifying competition of Primary Grades Forensic Conference for kindergarten to fifth grade.

Several of the GCA students won top honors in the various divisions.

The participants this month were as follows: Maia Ada, Quinn Bauer, Jordan Camacho, Reef Camacho, Breanna Lopez, Hans Ordas, Jacqueline Quitugua, Gwen Retardo, Caleb Shin, Chloe Shin, Simon Shinado, and Fiona Yu.

Due to the current situation, almost all of the events were pre-recorded video entries. The students are thankful for this opportunity and enjoyed recording their presentations/speeches.

The administration would also like to thank the teachers and parents who have assisted the students in the preparation of their pieces. They would especially thank the GCA-PGFC coordinators, Ruth Lopez and Miriam Dilse.

Impromptu Speaking
1st place – Gwen Alexandra Retardo
2nd place – Jordan Camacho

Chamorro/Carolinian Speaking
1st place – Jacqueline Quitugua

Reader’s Forum C
3rd place – Reef Camacho


Impromptu Speaking B
1st place – Hans Ordas

Reader’s Forum A
1st place – Chloe Hayul Shin
2nd place – Breanna May Lopez

3rd place – Hans Ordas

Humorous Interpretation
1st place – Reanna May Lopez

GCA offers K-12 education and other learning opportunities. If you are interested to learn more about what GCA offers, contact Beth A. Nunez via email at bnunez.saipan@gca-nmi.com or call the GCA office at 322-3320. (PR)

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