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EL Forensics Team Kicks Off Strong
The Elk Lake Forensics Team had a strong start to their season at the Wilkes University Kickoff Classic Tournament on October 30 as all three debaters brought home trophies.
EL Forensics Team place-winners at Wilkes University Tournament: Richard Guiton, Co-Champion in Lincoln-Douglas Debate and Top Speaker in LD Debate; Austin Cohen, Co-Champion in Lincoln-Douglas Debate; Shea Skinner, 3rd Place in Student Congress.
Leading the EL Forensics Team was junior Richard Guiton who compiled an undefeated 3 win and no loss record during the preliminary rounds of Lincoln-Douglas Debate by defeating debaters from Meyers, Abington Heights and Dallas High Schools. As a result of his preliminary speaker points and record, Guiton won the Top Debate Speaker award and advanced to Finals.
Sophomore Austin Cohen also compiled an undefeated 3 win and no loss record during the preliminary rounds of LD Debate and advanced to Finals.
Because both debaters were from Elk Lake, EL Forensics Director Keith Brosious decided not to run the final debate. As a result of this decision, both debaters were declared co-Champions in LD Debate.
Senior Shea Skinner, who was taking a week off from LD Debate, placed 3rd in Student Congress.
“This is a great start to the season. We are very pleased with Ricky and Austin closing out the final round of debate. They have been working very hard over the past few weeks,” commented EL Forensics Director Keith Brosious.
The Susquehanna Community School Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) held their monthly meeting on Wednesday, November 3 at the elementary school. The committee welcomed it's newest members, Tammie and Sam. Discussion was for the Harvest Festival to be held on November 6.
The PIC sponsored two Halloween dances for 3rd through 6th grade students at the Lanesboro Community Center. The kids had a blast; PIC will continue this activity in upcoming years.
Winners of gift cards for the holiday wreath sale are as follows. Elementary School: 1st - Will Lawrence, 2nd - Brianna Ashman, 3rd - Tatum Norris; High School: 1st - Rachel Serfilippi, 2nd - Ray Polak, 3rd - Ronald Welch. Wreaths will be available for pick-up at the elementary school from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 21.
If anyone would like to join PIC or help out at future events please email email@example.com.
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