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Northern California Round Table

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The Five Day Theater Project - Winners

Michael Winsatt - Director of Theater Arts

I'm happy to announce the winners of CAWS first "Five Day Theater Project" event. Seven schools participated, and over thirty scripts were submitted.

First place: Fullerton High School for "Prominent Promiscuity," written by Ryan Villareal with contributions from Brenna Schaffell, Andrew Hatfield, Mathew Brown and Valerie Williams. Fullerton High theater teacher: Michael Despars

Second place: Sturgis Charter High School East in Hyannis, MA for "You Think This Was a Game," by Jack Waters, Gibson Leavitt, Julia Dillon, Dean Smith and Lily Paradise. Sturgis Charter High School East Campus theater teacher: Rachel Ollagnon

Third place: Franklin High School, Stockton for "Berlin Wall/The Crossing" by Laura Hernandez. Franklin High School theater teacher: Elisa L. Griffin

2013-2014 Scholarships And Award Winners

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Students Care at Pacific Beach Middle

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PB Middle IB Student Murals are Featured in a San Diego Union Tribune
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PB Middle Builders Club Members Accept A Kids for Peace Great Kindness Challenge Award
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Video Competition for IB Students

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LCFF Review

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Student of the Month

Montgomery’s Cole Larson is student of the month.
Montgomery High School Student Body President Cole Larson is Santa Rosa City Schools student of the month for January.

Larson has earned a 4.8 grade point average during his four years at Montgomery and hopes to attend either Yale, Georgetown, George Washington, UCLA or Cal and study international politics.

Larson is a captain on the Vikings football squad and a full International Diploma candidate through Montgomery’s International Baccalaureate program. His IB diploma extended essay is entitled “The issue is not gun control; it’s how we approach mental illness in our society.”

The senior was credited with organizing a meeting of all student body presidents from schools within the North Bay League to discuss sportsmanship during competitive games.

He is described as a leader who is always pushing himself to do more.

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