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EPIC Charter School inducts


students into National Honor Society
EPIC Charter School inducted Aleesa Harvey, Edmond; Lily Aislin Willis, Edmond; Both organizations’ new hope to cultivate in each of our
113 students into the National Bradon Adams, Edmond; Madison Viele, Edmond; inductees were carefully select- students.”
Honor Society and 155 into the Emily Marsh, Edmond; Piper Seltmann, Edmond; and ed by a five-member faculty EPIC’s National Honor Society
National Junior Honor Society in Emma Nickles, Edmond; Zachery Cothrum, Edmond. council appointed by the princi- inductees were selected from
ceremonies held at Rose State Katie Sturm, Edmond; and 7th Grade pal to nominate qualified stu- 10th, 11th or 12th grade stu-
College on April 30. Some of Nicholas Pata, Edmond. Caitlin Flower, Edmond; dents outstanding in four areas dents who maintain a 3.5 cumu-
those students are from 12th Grade Jordan Cameron, Edmond; of evaluation. lative GPA or better and demon-
Edmond. Katelyn Bailey, Edmond; and Kobe Nhin, Edmond; “We are incredibly proud of strate leadership, character and
Local students are: Madelyne Yasameen Etami, Lisa Woods, Edmond; each of the new inductees,” said service within their student
2018 NATIONAL HONOR Edmond. Luke Acuna, Edmond; EPIC Superintendent, David activities. National Junior Honor
SOCIETY INDUCTEES 2018 NATIONAL JUNIOR Phillip Pata, Edmond; and Chaney, “This achievement is Society inductees were selected
10th Grade HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES Noah Kennel, Fairland. the result of hard work academi- from students who maintain a
Jenna Curry, Edmond; and 6th Grade 8th Grade cally, and beyond that, a 3.0 cumulative GPA or better,
Stori Coffey, Edmond. Caroline Glover, Edmond; Maya Dean, Edmond; and demonstration of the type of and demonstrate leadership, cit-
11th Grade Jenna Nunes, Edmond; Tyson Woods, Edmond. leadership and character we izenship, character and service.

Bishop McGuinness Speech, Debate


places 2nd at state tourney
The Bishop
McGuinness Catholic
High School Speech &
Debate team recently
competed in the 2018
State Speech & Debate
competition and finished
PHOTO PROVIDED PHOTO PROVIDED as State Runner-Up in
Michael Gehr Micchael Mandanas Team Sweeps.
Individual awards went
to Clare Jordan, State
2 Heritage Hall seniors named U.S. Champion in Prose and
State Champion in
Presidential Scholars semifinalists Standard Oratory, Luke
Schwartz State
Champion in LD Debate,
Heritage Hall Upper graduating high school and Edmond’s Bryan Box
School seniors Michael seniors, more than 5,300 is the State Runner Up in
Gehr and Michael students were identified as LD Debate.
Mandanas, both of candidates in the pro- Wendell Hixson and
Edmond, were selected as gram, and 630 semifinal- Lucas Schrantz are State
two of 630 semifinalists to ists have been selected Runner Up in Humorous PHOTO PROVIDED
advance to the final round from across the country. Duet, Veronica Raley Bishop McGuinness High School Speech and Debate students placing 2nd at the
of the 2018 U.S. These semifinalists form placed 5th in Original 2018 State Speech & Debate competition include back row from left: Harry Brown,
Presidential Scholars com- the pool from which the Oratory, Harry Brown and Luke Schwartz, Julia Richard, Speech & Debate Coach Brett Young, Kelyn Hancock,
petition. 2018 U.S. Presidential Julia Richard placed 5th Veronica Raley, and Will Lawson; and front row from left: Sarah Tran, Clare
From nearly 3.5 million Scholars will be chosen. in Humorous Duet, Clare Jordan, Wendell Hixson, Bryan Box of Edmond, and Lucas Schrantz.
Jordan and Wendell
Hixson placed 6th in Debate. the team captured the says thanks to coach
Dramatic Duet, and Will Because of their out- State Runner-up trophy Brett Young for all his

OKC Zoo, Dr. Pepper Lawson placed 7th in LD standing performance, for Class 5A. The team hard work.

BMCHS StuCo recognized as National Gold Council of Excellence


promote Vending Bishop McGuinness Catholic ership and support the school elections for the upcoming 2018-
High School recently learned the offers as the importance of this 19 school year. Edmond students
Machine Art Contest National Student Council has rec-
ognized the McGuinness Student
organization is integral to the suc-
cess of the school, said Sandy
receiving offices include: Ford
Collier, assistant chair of Olympics;
Council as a 2018 National Gold Cunningham, school representa- Miranda Jelinek, chair of fundrais-
The Oklahoma City Zoo Honor Roll recipients Council of Excellence. The award is tive. ing; and Ethan Silvernail, video
and Dr. Pepper recently will receive a certificate. a testament to the guidance, lead- Student Council recently held productions chair.
announced the winners of All winners will have their
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design on display at the
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Pepper Vending Machine OKC Zoo and OKC Outlets.
Art Contest. This spring Talented students from
Oklahoma students in all corners of the state