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Students Compete at State Literary Rally

Students from East St. John and West St. John high schools recently competed at the State Literary Rally at Louisiana State University after earning top scores at the District Literary Rally.
 
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West St. John High School students who participated in the District Literary Rally and qualified for the State Rally were recognized at the May 10 St. John the Baptist Parish School Board meeting. They are, from left, Elijah Miles, first place in Spanish I; Tierny Sterling, first place in Health; Amaya Williams, first place in Fine Arts Survey; Madyson Mays, first place in Business Computer Applications; Kyree Thorn, second place in physics; and Maya Sanders, second place in Spanish II. Not pictured is Jeremiah Downing, second place in Geometry. Assistant Principal Kendria Spears, right, and School Board President Albert ‘Ali’ Burl III, back row, helped recognize the students. Miles, a freshman at West St. John High School, also won second place in Division 4 at the state rally in Spanish I.

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East St. John High School students who participated in the District Literary Rally and qualified for the State Rally were recognized at the May 10 St. John the Baptist Parish School Board meeting. Students rated superior in drama for their performance of ‘The Wolves’ are, from left, Sarah Bright, Vanessa Rodney, Alaila Snyder, Amari Gayden and Shania Campbell. They were recognized by School Board President Albert ‘Ali’ Burl III, back row.

 

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East St. John High School students who participated in the District Literary Rally and qualified for the State Rally were recognized at the May 10 St. John the Baptist Parish School Board meeting. They are, from left, Austin Madere, fourth place in Accounting I; Javian Gant, superior in Music-Male Solo; Gonzalo Martinez, superior in Speech-Interpretive Reading; Wesley Patterson, third place in psychology; Javohn Washington, superior in Music-Male Solo; and Sela Pierce, first place in journalism. They were recognized by School Board President Albert ‘Ali’ Burl III, back row.

 

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East St. John High School students who participated in the District Literary Rally and qualified for the State Rally were recognized at the May 10 St. John the Baptist Parish School Board meeting. Students who scored superior in Music-Female Trio are, from left, Hope Miles, Aaliyah Smith and Tykia Lawrence. They were recognized by School Board President Albert ‘Ali’ Burl III, back row.