Sauk Prairie Middle School forensics successful at Level I Festival

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Sauk Prairie Middle School forensics successful at Level I Festival


Since November, the Sauk Prairie Middle School Forensics team has worked under the leadership of Julie Breunig and Kathy Bruno on presentations ranging from solo and group acting, demonstration speeches, and four-minute informative speeches to prose interpretation, reader’s theater and non-original oratory.  Some students wrote their own speeches and plays, while others interpreted the words of others. On February 4th, all of their efforts culminated in the Level I Festival at Beaver Dam Middle School. Sauk Prairie’s 45 students joined students from eight other schools to present their pieces to judges. Every team member received at least two A ratings (out of three scores) to advance to the Level II Festival, which will be held on February 25th.  Congratulations to these middle school public speakers. Also, a big thank you goes out to the judges who travelled with the team, and helped facilitate the evening: Trudi Mullen, Donna Bichanich, Angel Galvan, Molly Tierney, Camdyn Kastelitz, and Elise Dietmann Pictured (in no particular order) are members of the Sauk Prairie Middle School Forensics Team: Abigail de la Cruz Valles, Aiden Larsen, AJ Klemm, Alexah Vela, Ashley Been, Brady White, Breileigh Brickl, Diana Roberts, Josh Mast, Kaleb Chetwood, Kate Wernsing, Kylie Hutchins, Landon Froese, Lauren Wright, Lily Freeman, Marty Hanna, Micah Boerger, Sawyer Larson, Sebastian Gavol, Zakary Vaughn, Ruby Taggart, Walter Larson, Abigail Barrett, Boden Bruni, Calvin Hartley, Elizabeth Potter, Emma Rhyner, Hannah Stephan, Jacob Wilhelm, Masen Schmidt, Mikayla Millard, Reese Grinstead, Sebastien Friou, Teddy Toberman, Addison Strunz, Cheyanne Witthoft, Elena Homar, Emerson Drew, Emma Zick, Evelyn Fritsch, Jade Reeves, Lexi Been, Lexy Schwartz, Morgan Larsen, Sara Endres, Shannon Tierney, and Vivian Rosch.

Since November, the Sauk Prairie Middle School Forensics team has worked under the leadership of Julie Breunig and Kathy Bruno on presentations ranging from solo and group acting, demonstration speeches, and four-minute informative speeches to prose interpretation, reader’s theater and non-original oratory.  Some students wrote their own

 

 


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