GMS students garner top awards in forensic league


Green Meadow School teachers and president proudly pose with winning six graders who are all winners in the recent National Junior Speech and Debate Competition held at Hopwood Middle School. (Contributed Photo)

All members of a small group of sixth grader students from Green Meadow School garnered top forensic awards at the first National Junior Speech and Debate Competition held on Oct. 22, 2016 at Hopwood Middle School.

Despite their hectic schedules and school days crammed with academic and extracurricular activities, the sixth graders still managed to deliver outstanding results during this weekend event. It was their first time to compete at this middle school forensic competition. They were all filled with nervousness and apprehension as they saw the numbers of contestants and whom they will be competing against with. But then, with prayers and support of their parents, coach, and principal, they withstood these challenges.

Ted Pamintuan: 1ST place, Original Oratory, 4th place, DUO-A

Jill Anne Mallari: 2nd place, Dramatic Interp A

2nd place, Humorous Interp A

Cloe Lagmay: 3rd place, DUO –B

4th place, Prose A

Jazmyn Lopez: 3rd place, DUO –B, 3rd place, Prose B Bhert Daniel, 3rd place, Poetry A          

Daniel Gonzales: 3RD place, Humorous Interp B

3rd place, Humorous Interp B

Raeka Lantin: 4th place, DUO-A

Leunyce Regalado: 4TH place, DUO-B

Samantha Flores: 4TH place, DUO – B

Faith Cacdac: 5th place, Dramatic Interp B, 5th place , Impromptu A

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