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History and reading achievements


Parrott Middle School History Fair winners

BROOKSVILLE — D.S. Parrott Middle School recently announced its History Fair winners.

Group Documentary: "Nature vs. Nurture" by Brittany Clayton and Christina Koniezcka; "Give Me Liberty or Give me Death" by Savannah Busch and Grace Curren.

Individual Documentary: "I Am Woman Hear My Vote" by Shannon Fry; "Civil Rights Debated" by Jake Stanislawski; "Slavery" by Carson Shulz.

Group Exhibit: "Dred Scott" by Susanne Niethammer and Skylar McDaniel; "Marbury vs. Madison" by Kaycee Steinman and Abigail Linville.

Individual Exhibit: "Ping Ponging Nations" by Caitlinn Nixon; "Lincoln-Douglas Debates" by Gaines Harrison; "Roe vs. Wade" by Kierra Greene.

Group Website: "Miranda Rights" by Nick Pais and Tyler Youngmann.

Individual Website: "Prayer in School" by Eric Sellers.

Historical Paper: "Cherokee Diplomacy" by Lane Whittaker.

2011 Reading Achievement Awards

The Hernando County School District presented its 2011 Reading Achievement Awards to recognize students chosen by individual school committees for significant reading improvement.

These are the winners:

Rosa Rodriquez, Central High School; Christopher Luna, Hernando High School; Alisa Maltby, Nature Coast Technical High School; Edwin Velazquez, Springstead High School; Nicholas Smith, Weeki Wachee High School; Quinton Waddy, STAR Education Center.

Sierra Maynard, D.S. Parrott Middle School; John Gascot, Fox Chapel Middle School; Andre Coons, Powell Middle School; Christian Slater, West Hernando Middle School.

Bailey Burdin, Challenger K8; Kathryn Gonzalez, Challenger K8; Diana Contin, Explorer K8; Levi Badoiu, Explorer K8; Shianne Tillman, J.D. Floyd K8; Imanol Melendez, J.D. Floyd.

Mahkaylah L. Hart, Brooksville Elementary School; Justin Van Cleave, Chocachatti Elementary School; Joshua Kessner, Deltona Elementary School; Angel Lopez, Eastside Elementary School; Destiny Hamlet, Moton Elementary School.

Nada Barakat, Pine Grove Elementary School; Chase Davis, Spring Hill Elementary School; Haley Winsey, Suncoast Elementary School; Makiyah Daley, Westside Elementary School; Claudia Pereira, HEART Literacy.

History and reading achievements 02/09/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 9, 2011 3:19pm]
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