On Saturday, March 11, the Mid-Prairie Individual Events Speech team competed at North Scott High School for the Iowa High School Speech Association’s Individual Event State Speech Contest. Of 16 entries, 14 Mid-Prairie events received Division 1 ratings, and six of those events are nominated to perform at the Iowa High School Speech Association’s Individual Events All-State Festival on Monday, March 27 at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls.
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Kiera was nominated by Mrs. Pacha, "Kiera has been killing it with getting her missing work turned in, helping her classmates during review, and just being a positive presence. She's a rockstar!" Great work, Kiera!
Caiden was nominated by math teacher Mr. Potts, "He's got a great work ethic in my class and is super respectful to his teachers and peers alike. He completes his work in a timely fashion and utilizes his time wisely every day." Congratulations, Caiden!
Adrian was nominated by Mrs. Baker, "Adrian works very hard every day in Geometry. He does an excellent job of explaining his ideas and helping other students grasp key concepts. He is always smiling and willing to tackle hard problems and proofs with enthusiasm. He is a very enjoyable student to have in class and a friend to all his peers." Great work, Adrian!
Harper was nominated by Mrs. O'Rourke, "I'd like to nominate Harper Pacha. Harper is a student who consistently goes above and beyond in the classroom and is always willing to help generate meaningful discussion. Harper is constantly helping out her peers and makes the classroom experience more meaningful simply due to the investment and pride she takes in her work and attitude." Great job, Harper!
Lilian was nominated by Mrs. Seward, "Lilian is a student who goes above and beyond in the classroom, she works well with anyone she is teamed with, and she makes sure everything that needs to be done is completed to a high standard. In addition, she is an amazingly kind and courteous young woman!" Congrats, Lilian!