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Olympic Christian School picks annual speech contest winners

  • Wednesday, November 29, 2017 1:30am
  • Life

Olympic Christian School presented awards for their annual speech meet on Nov. 17. Everything from funny poems to verses to patriotic speeches were recited by students in grades 1-8. Eighth-grade winner Emaleigh Smith gave Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech with conviction.

First grade — 1. Faith Jones, 2. Connor White, 3. Luke Smith

Second grade — 1. Miya Allen, 2. Josh Noel

Third grade — 1. Sophia Meyers, 2. Ethan Swenson, 3. Jasiah Meyer

Fourth grade — 1. Sterling Shamp, 2. Matthew Miller, 3. Jake Shamp

Fifth grade — 1. Lauren Smith, 2. Abby Jones

Sixth grade — 1. Ephrem Ireland, 2. Vienna Shamp, 3. Aiden Swenson

Seventh/eighth grade — 1. Emaleigh Smith, 2. Emily Landers, 3. Elijah Flodstrom

Honor roll

The school also announced recipients for first quarter honor roll and principal’s honor roll.

Fourth grade — Nigel Barclay, Adi Hoagland, Jake Shamp, Sterling Shamp, Madison Smith, Keith Taylor

Fifth grade — Timothy Vanproyen, Luke Flodstrom, Lauren Smith

Sixth grade — Vienna Shamp, Jaxon Waddell

Eighth grade — Kinnley Brady, Emily Landers

• Principal’s honor roll (4.0 grade-point-average):

Fourth grade — Matthew Miller

Fifth grade — Abby Jones

Sixth grade — Aidan Swenson

Seventh grade — Elijah Flodstrom

Eighth grade — Emaleigh Smith.

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