Students wrote and delivered a four-five minute speech on a topic of their choosing that involves one or more of Rotary's Four-Way Test:
Is it truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
All seven students did a great job of representing themselves, our school, and our community.
Lukas Hager - 1st Place and a $200 prize
Skylar Berggren - 2nd Place and a $100 prize
Nolan Alisago - 3rd Place and a $50 prize
Natalie Machado, Narayan Wilder, Dylan Deguara, and Katharina Guth also participated and presented excellent speeches.
CONGRATULATIONS to all of the SLVHS students who competed in the SLV Rotary Speech Contest!
Source: Vickie Bergquist, Exec. Asst. to Superintendent