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Announcements from October 20th

posted Oct 21, 2014, 7:10 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Oct 21, 2014, 7:12 AM ]

REMINDERS
Please pick up your nametag from the file box on the table in the lobby before you come downstairs and then put it back before you leave.  If you forgot to put it back, bring it back next week.

Use basement bathrooms while we’re downstairs and use CE wing bathrooms (not lobby bathrooms) while we’re upstairs.  Do not throw stuff in the trash in the lobby or CE wing.  Before and during dinner use large yellow trash in the kitchen; after dinner when we’re upstairs either throw stuff away in the CE wing bathrooms or take it home.

Take your stuff upstairs after dinner or we have to carry it up!  We will put it on the table in the lobby.

Sign up early for the potluck.  Please ALTERNATE between “A” group items and “B” group items.


SMALL GROUP LEADERS
If you are leading a small group until dinner time, please lead or have one of the students lead the group in grace before dinner.


PRACTICE TOURNAMENT
Students are expected to be at the practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.

The tournament will probably be held at IIT Rice Campus in Wheaton.  We are still trying to confirm that.

Registration will open on Monday, November 10.  Ignite families will be registering that afternoon or at club that evening.

Dress code: All students need to come dressed in tournament attire.  We will be following the NCFCA dress code which says:
The spirit of the Dress Code is modesty and professionalism with the intent to glorify Christ.  The goal is to minimize the focus on the body or outward appearance and maximize the focus on the development of ideas and communication skills.  Competitors must be professional, clean and well groomed.  The letter of the Dress Code is as follows: a. Gentlemen: Gentlemen shall wear suits or sport coats with dress slacks, together with a tie.  b. Ladies: Modesty is the key and may include suits, dresses, and skirts with hemlines to the bottom of the knee.  Tight‐fitting/low‐cut clothing is inappropriate.  Midriff must remain covered when gesturing in speeches.
Questions about the dress code?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com.

Speech students are expected to compete in at least one speech event with a maximum of three.  Debate students will debate.

Speech-only students will be timing debate during debate rounds.  Debate-only students will be timing limited prep speeches during speech rounds.  You will be taught how at the tournament.  Report to the timer table.

At least one parent is expected to be there to help, but we hope the other parent can help, too, by judging.  Tournament jobs have been assigned and will be confirmed later in the month.

You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in the practice tournament.  You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in Ignite.  BUT we are going to be using the NCFCA website for registration so you will need to set up an account there if you are not already an affiliate.  Go to http://www.ncfca.org/ and click on “NCFCA Account” in the upper right-hand corner.

ALSO, please start thinking of family and friends you can ask to judge.  Last year we needed each family to fill about 5 judge slots.  Your spouse can fill at most 3 if s/he comes all day.  We will do some “community” recruiting also.


NCFCA
NCFCA has a new website!  Go check it out at http://www.ncfca.org/.  It now includes sample videos of all the speech events.

Questions about NCFCA?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com.

Announcements from October 13th

posted Oct 14, 2014, 7:22 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Oct 14, 2014, 7:22 AM ]

REMINDERS
Please pick up your nametag from the file box on the table in the lobby before you come downstairs and then put it back before you leave.  If you forgot to put it back, bring it back next week.

Use basement bathrooms while we’re downstairs and use CE wing bathrooms (not lobby bathrooms) while we’re upstairs.

Take your stuff upstairs after dinner or we have to carry it up!  We will put it on the table in the lobby.

Sign up early for the potluck.  Please ALTERNATE between “A” group items and “B” group items.


SMALL GROUP LEADERS
If you are leading a small group until dinner time, please lead or have one of the students lead the group in grace before dinner.


PRACTICE TOURNAMENT
Students are expected to be at the practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.

The tournament will probably be held at IIT Rice Campus in Wheaton.  We are still trying to confirm that.

Registration will open on Monday, November 10.  Ignite families will be registering that afternoon or at club that evening.

Speech students are expected to compete in at least one speech event with a maximum of three.  Debate students will debate.

Speech-only students will be timing debate during debate rounds.  Debate-only students will be timing limited prep speeches during speech rounds.  You will be taught how at the tournament.  Report to the timer table.

At least one parent is expected to be there to help, but we hope the other parent can help, too, by judging.  Tournament jobs have mostly been assigned and will be confirmed later in the month.

You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in the practice tournament.  You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in Ignite.  BUT we are going to be using the NCFCA website for registration so you will need to set up an account there if you are not already an affiliate.


NCFCA
Questions about NCFCA?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com. 

Announcements from October 6th

posted Oct 7, 2014, 9:05 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Oct 7, 2014, 9:06 AM ]

NAMETAGS
Please pick up your nametag from the file box on the table in the lobby before you come downstairs and then put it back before you leave.  If you forgot to put it back, bring it back next week.


FACILITY
Bathrooms: Use downstairs bathrooms until we go upstairs, then use bathrooms in CE wing.

NO FOOD AND DRINK upstairs in lobby, CE wing, or anywhere upstairs, at any time.

After dinner, throw away trash only in CE wing bathrooms, not in lobby.

If you move tables, chairs, etc. please put them back when you are done.

Parents, after dinner remember to take your stuff upstairs.  If you brought something that needs refrigeration, look in the refrigerator, it might be in there!  Unclaimed dishes are put on the table in the lobby and then at the end of the night they’re put in the church lost and found.


POTLUCK
Please sign up early as it makes things easier for Christina.
All the potluck sign-ups for this semester are already available on-line.
Please alternate between “A” group items and “B” group items.
Please see Christina Okesson if you have any questions.


PRACTICE TOURNAMENT
Students are expected to be at the practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.

The tournament will be held at IIT Rice Campus in Wheaton.

Speech students are expected to compete in at least one speech event with a maximum of three.  Debate students will debate.

At least one parent is expected to be there to help, but we hope the other parent can help, too, by judging.  Tournament jobs…Mary Vilim has started to assign them.  She will be contacting you soon if she hasn’t already.

Registration for the practice tournament will be done on Monday, November 10, before or during club.

You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in the practice tournament.  You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in Ignite.


NCFCA
If you are new to NCFCA, please go to the NCFCA website, www.ncfca.org, and spend some time getting familiar with the website.

The NCFCA speech documents have been updated for the 2015 competition season.  Go to www.ncfca.org  and click on Speech at the top.

Questions about NCFCA?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com.

Announcements from September 29th

posted Sep 30, 2014, 6:24 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Sep 30, 2014, 6:24 AM ]

NAMETAGS
Please pick up your nametag from the file box on the table in the lobby before you come downstairs and then put it back before you leave.  If you forgot to put it back, bring it back next week.


FACILITY
Change of plans for bathrooms!  Grace has asked in the past that we use the basement bathrooms only.  But this year we are shutting down the downstairs after things are cleaned up down there.  So we have asked and we have received…Grace has ok’ed using the bathrooms in the CE wing in the evening when the debaters are there.

In addition to using only the downstairs bathrooms you need to know that food and drink are allowed only in the kitchen and the room where we eat across the hall.  No food and drink in other downstairs rooms and NO FOOD AND DRINK upstairs in lobby, debate rooms, or ANYWHERE UPSTAIRS.  You may have noticed that there is now new carpet in the CE wing.  New carpet in the lobby coming soon.  Please, we do not want to be people that spilled something on their new carpet!

Also, after dinner, PLEASE DO NOT THROW AWAY TRASH IN THE GARBAGE CANS in the lobby or education wing (where debate meets).  Either take it home or throw it away in the bathrooms in the CE wing.

If you move tables, chairs, etc. please put them back when you are done.

Parents, after dinner remember to take your stuff upstairs.  If you brought something that needs refrigeration, look in the refrigerator, it might be in there!  Unclaimed dishes are put on the table in the lobby and then at the end of the night they’re put in the church lost and found.


POTLUCK
Please sign up early as it makes things easier for Christina.
All the potluck sign-ups for this semester (except for November 17) are already available on-line.
Please alternate between “A” group items and “B” group items.
Please see Christina Okesson if you have any questions.


PRACTICE TOURNAMENT
Students are expected to be at the practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.

The tournament will held at IIT Rice Campus in Wheaton.

Speech students are expected to compete in at least one speech event with a maximum of three.  Debate students will debate.

At least one parent is expected to be there to help, but we hope the other parent can help, too, by judging.  Tournament jobs…coming by the end of October!

Registration for the practice tournament will be done on Monday, November 10, before or during club.

You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in the practice tournament.  You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in Ignite.


NCFCA
If you are new to NCFCA, please go to the NCFCA website, www.ncfca.org, and spend some time getting familiar with the website.

The NCFCA speech documents have been updated for the 2015 competition season.  Go to www.ncfca.org  and click on Speech at the top.

Questions about NCFCA?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com.

Announcements from September 22nd

posted Sep 23, 2014, 7:35 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Sep 23, 2014, 7:35 AM ]

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Change of plans…we’ll be making announcements at club only after dinner before prayer.  So if you are a speech-only family not staying for potluck, announcements, and prayer, be sure to read these emailed announcements carefully.

Announcements will be emailed out each Tuesday morning and also posted on the website.


NAMETAGS
Pat Slone made some…thank you, Pat!  Please pick up your nametag from the file box on the table in the lobby before you come downstairs and then put it back before you leave.  If you forgot to put it back, bring it next week.


FACILITY
Change of plans for bathrooms!  Grace has asked in the past that we use the basement bathrooms only.  But this year we are shutting down the downstairs after things are cleaned up down there.  So we have asked and we have received…Grace has ok’ed using the bathrooms in the CE wing in the evening when the debaters are there.

In addition to using only the downstairs bathrooms you need to know that food and drink are allowed only in the kitchen and the room where we eat across the hall.  No food and drink in other downstairs rooms and NO FOOD AND DRINK upstairs in lobby, debate rooms, or ANYWHERE UPSTAIRS.  You may have noticed that there is now new carpet in the CE wing.  New carpet in the lobby coming soon.  Please, we do not want to be people that spilled something on their new carpet!

Also, after dinner, PLEASE DO NOT THROW AWAY TRASH IN THE GARBAGE CANS in the lobby or education wing (where debate meets).  Either take it home or throw it away in the bathrooms in the CE wing.

If you move tables, chairs, etc. please put them back when you are done.

Parents, after dinner remember to take your stuff upstairs.  If you brought something that needs refrigeration, look in the refrigerator, it might be in there!  Unclaimed dishes are put on the table in the lobby and then at the end of the night they’re put in the church lost and found.


POTLUCK
Questions?  Contact Christina Okesson at cornerstoneacademy3@yahoo.com.  Please sign up early!  Sign-up for next week (“breakfast for dinner”) has been available since last week!


PRACTICE TOURNAMENT
Students are expected to be at the practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.

Speech students are expected to compete in at least one speech event with a maximum of three.  Debate students will debate.

At least one parent is expected to be there to help, but we hope the other parent can help, too, by judging.

You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in the practice tournament.  You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in Ignite.


NCFCA
Questions about NCFCA?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com.


Announcements from September 15th

posted Sep 15, 2014, 8:24 PM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Sep 15, 2014, 8:26 PM ]

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements will be emailed out each Tuesday morning and also posted on the website.  It is not our plan at this time to repeat most of the announcements for our debate-only families while at club.


FACILITY
We’re grateful to Grace for the use of their facility.  They ask that we use the BASEMENT BATHROOMS only.

In addition to using only the downstairs bathrooms you need to know that FOOD AND DRINK are allowed only in the kitchen and the room where we eat across the hall.  No food and drink in other downstairs rooms and NO FOOD AND DRINK upstairs in lobby, debate rooms, or ANYWHERE UPSTAIRS.

Also, after dinner, PLEASE DO NOT THROW AWAY TRASH IN THE GARBAGE CANS in the lobby or education wing (where debate meets).  Either take it home or throw it away in one of the upstairs bathrooms.

We need help with a number of facility jobs.  Mary Vilim will be contacting each of you separately.


POTLUCK
Sign-up for the potluck is on-line, each week, at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Xro7ifcZeGR0GnLVD3c0t5rfDuFSBFgT_DjhHYJ-cJk/edit#gid=93791599.  There are tabs along the bottom for each week’s form.  When you sign up make sure you put your name and contact information at the top; AND sign up for a particular item to bring below.  Please alternate between “A” group items and “B” group items.

Please DO NOT expect that Christina will chase you down.  On Friday or so she estimates quantities based on the number of people that are signed up by that time so that people know how much to bring.  Signing up for the potluck the weekend before club makes things…difficult, so don’t do it…sign up now!!!  If she doesn’t have the items listed yet, at least put your name and the number of people so that she knows how many people are coming.  Then go back and check later to sign up for a particular item.


PRACTICE TOURNAMENT
Students are expected to be at the practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.

Speech students are expected to compete in at least one speech event with a maximum of three.  Debate students will debate.

At least one parent is expected to be there to help, but we hope the other parent can help, too, by judging.

You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in the practice tournament.  You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in Ignite.


NCFCA
Ignite supports the mission of NCFCA, the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association.  You do NOT have to join NCFCA to participate in Ignite.  We will have a practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.  That is the only tournament students are required to participate in.  If you want to participate in Illinois’ NCFCA tournament (we don’t know where or when that will be yet), you must affiliate with NCFCA.

"Founded in 2001, the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association is the oldest and most established homeschool forensics league in the country. NCFCA is an organization dedicated to facilitating communications-based competitive activities to homeschooled high schoolers, placing particular emphasis on excellence in academic and personal integrity as students learn to communicate more effectively.  Our primary goal in NCFCA is to train students to be able to engage the culture for Christ. We do this by using competitive speech and debate as the venue through which students learn to think critically, articulate winsomely and communicate graciously in a manner that pleases God.  To provide these opportunities to home schooled students, NCFCA facilitates qualifying tournaments throughout the country and the annual national tournament."

Please go to the NCFCA website, http://www.ncfca.org/, and spend some time getting familiar with the website.

The country is split up into ten regions and we are in Region VI which includes Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.  Some of these states will have tournaments January-April.  There also will be three national open tournaments, in Idaho, North Carolina, and Minnesota, which anyone may attend.  Jody Cantey is our regional director and also our Illinois state rep.

We are having a tournament here in Illinois, place and dates to be announced.  We hope that many students from Ignite will choose to participate at least in the Illinois tournament, but again, affiliation with NCFCA and participation in NCFCA-sanctioned tournaments is not required for participation in Ignite.  If you do not plan to participate in the Illinois tournament, you are more than welcome to come with your student to see what it's like.  You can help us by judging and your student can help us by observing rounds and by timing.

If you would like to affiliate, go to the NCFCA website and click on "New To NCFCA? Click Here to Get Started!"  Affiliation is $125 per family, it is a per-family fee.

Questions about NCFCA?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com.

Announcements from September 8th

posted Sep 9, 2014, 10:51 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Sep 9, 2014, 11:04 AM ]

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements will be emailed out each Tuesday morning and also posted on the website.

Parents, you are responsible for the information in the "About Us" section of the website.  This was also handed out at the information meeting or last night for those of you who hadn't picked up forms yet.


LEFT AT CLUB?
A small leather pocket Bible that buttons shut.  Left in speech room downstairs.


FACILITY
We’re grateful to Grace for the use of their facility.  They ask that we use the BASEMENT BATHROOMS only.

In addition to using only the downstairs bathrooms you need to know that FOOD AND DRINK are allowed only in the kitchen and the room where we eat across the hall.  No food and drink in other downstairs rooms and NO FOOD AND DRINK upstairs in lobby, debate rooms, or ANYWHERE UPSTAIRS.

Also, after dinner, PLEASE DO NOT THROW AWAY TRASH IN THE GARBAGE CANS in the lobby or education wing (where debate meets).  Either take it home or throw it away in one of the upstairs bathrooms.

We need help with a number of facility jobs.  Mary Vilim will be contacting you separately.


POTLUCK
Next week is the return of the Ignite potluck!  We are grateful to Christina Okesson for being instrumental in enabling the potluck to continue.

If you are planning to participate, sign up at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Xro7ifcZeGR0GnLVD3c0t5rfDuFSBFgT_DjhHYJ-cJk/edit#gid=1851412248.


PRACTICE TOURNAMENT
Students are expected to be at the practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.

Speech students are expected to compete in at least one speech event with a maximum of three.  Debate students will debate.

At least one parent is expected to be there to help, but we hope the other parent can help, too, by judging.

You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in the practice tournament.  You do not need to affiliate with NCFCA to participate in Ignite.


NCFCA
Ignite supports the mission of NCFCA, the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association.  You do NOT have to join NCFCA to participate in Ignite.  We will have a practice tournament on Saturday, December 6.  It’s an all-day affair.  That is the only tournament students are required to participate in.  If you want to participate in Illinois’ NCFCA tournament (we don’t know where or when that will be yet), you must affiliate with NCFCA.

"Founded in 2001, the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association is the oldest and most established homeschool forensics league in the country. NCFCA is an organization dedicated to facilitating communications-based competitive activities to homeschooled high schoolers, placing particular emphasis on excellence in academic and personal integrity as students learn to communicate more effectively.  Our primary goal in NCFCA is to train students to be able to engage the culture for Christ. We do this by using competitive speech and debate as the venue through which students learn to think critically, articulate winsomely and communicate graciously in a manner that pleases God.  To provide these opportunities to home schooled students, NCFCA facilitates qualifying tournaments throughout the country and the annual national tournament."

Please go to the NCFCA website, http://www.ncfca.org/, and spend some time getting familiar with the website.

The country is split up into ten regions and we are in Region VI which includes Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.  Some of these states will have tournaments January-April.  There also will be three national open tournaments, in Idaho, North Carolina, and Minnesota, which anyone may attend.  Jody Cantey is our regional director and also our Illinois state rep.

We are having a tournament here in Illinois, place and dates to be announced.  We hope that many students from Ignite will choose to participate at least in the Illinois tournament, but again, affiliation with NCFCA and participation in NCFCA-sanctioned tournaments is not required for participation in Ignite.  If you do not plan to participate in the Illinois tournament, you are more than welcome to come with your student to see what it's like.  You can help us by judging and your student can help us by observing rounds and by timing.

If you would like to affiliate, go to the NCFCA website and click on "New To NCFCA? Click Here to Get Started!"  Affiliation is $125 per family, it is a per-family fee.  But if you affiliate by September 15th (next Monday) there is an early-bird discount and affiliation is only $100.

Questions about NCFCA?  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com.

Mark your calendar: IGNITE Speech & Debate Club fires back up 8/25

posted Aug 15, 2014, 6:51 PM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Aug 15, 2014, 6:51 PM ]

It's still summer, but we're already planning for another great season at Ignite Speech and Debate Club!

Are you a homeschooler looking for an activity to challenge your teen?  A classical education homeschooler who is ready to explore what the rhetoric stage should look like?  Do you want your student to learn to think clearly on their feet and argue persuasively?  To learn to analyze and perform literature using “theater of the mind” techniques?  To mix with other boys and girls while pursuing a common learning goal?  And to have the most fun in their life while doing so?

Ignite supports the mission of the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA), which states that formal speech and debate can provide a means for homeschooled students to learn and exercise analytical and oratorical skills, addressing life issues from a biblical worldview in a manner that glorifies God. 
The goal of Ignite is to provide a Christ-centered club for homeschooled students ages 12-18 that balances instruction, competition, formation and fellowship.

If it's something you want to consider for your student, we encourage you to attend
an informational meeting for new families on Monday, August 25, from 7-9 p.m.:

     IGNITE SPEECH AND DEBATE CLUB OPENING MEETING

     WHEN: Monday, August 25, 7-9 p.m.
     WHERE: Grace Church of DuPage, 27W344 Galusha Ave, Warrenville
     MAP: http://goo.gl/maps/5aFKp

At the informational meeting, new families will be introduced to the various types of speeches students may participate in -- from interpreting short pieces of literature to defending the faith -- as well as both the "Lincoln-Douglas" and "Team Policy" debate formats.

Both new and returning families will have the opportunity to register for the upcoming 2014-15 club season at this meeting.

Again this year...junior speech for younger siblings ages 7-11!  (No fee.)  During the regular speech time 5-6:30 p.m.

Regular club meetings begin Monday, September 8. During the fall semester, students new to speech and debate will be in separate classes and must be accompanied by a parent.

Regular meetings will be run by parent directors with the assistance of alumni instructors and student leaders. Parents will be asked to help with critiquing speeches and debates.

And please FORWARD this message to any homeschooling family or group that might be interested in Ignite. More info is available at http://www.ignitechicago.org/ or by emailing Mary Vilim at mjvilim@gmail.com.

Here's looking forward to another exciting year!

P.S. Don't forget about the Ignite Speech Camp taking place July 29 and the Ignite Debate Camp taking place July 30-August 1.  Contact Jody Cantey at jodycantey@yahoo.com for more information.

Ignite end-of-year party

posted May 9, 2014, 11:21 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated May 9, 2014, 11:21 AM ]

Hello IGNITE!

The moment that we've all been waiting for: the end of the year...I mean, the end-of-the-year party!

WHEN: Saturday, May 24th, 4 p.m. - 8 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m. and senior recognition right after dinner
WHERE: The Russells' lovely home at 2321 Big Woods Drive, Batavia, IL  60510

The club is providing hotdogs, hamburgers, buns, condiments, drinks, and plates/plastic utensils/napkins.  We would like each family to bring something to add to the meal.

If your last name begins with

    A - M please bring a LARGE dessert

    N - Z please bring a LARGE substantial side dish, such as beans, salad, fruit, or potato salad

Everyone that can should bring camp/folding chairs.  Possible activities include basketball, ultimate frisbee, and swing dancing or just hanging out.  Mrs. Cantey will be recognizing our seniors.

RSVP to Mary Vilim at mjvilim@gmail.com with number coming before May 23rd.

Pray for good weather!  Let's end the year in fun fellowship!

2013 Ignite Initiative Practice Tournament Awards

posted Dec 11, 2013, 8:45 AM by Eric Scheidler   [ updated Dec 11, 2013, 8:47 AM ]

We had a great tournament.  130 students competed this year in 52 debate rounds and 173 speeches were each given twice!

After Dinner Speaking
1 – Anna Delph
2 – Spencer Kolssak

Apologetics
1 – Rachel Bechtel
2 – Myles Mclean
3 – Melissa Lueken

Duo Interpretation
1 – Callahan/Callahan
2 – Bechtel/Bechtel
3 – Kaminski/Kaminski

Extemporaneous Speaking
1 – Melissa Lueken
2 – Margaret Schuhriemen
3 – Benjamin Rolsma

Humorous Interpretation
1 – Matthew DeLeon
2 – Jack Bechtel
3 – Dennis Russell

Illustrated Oratory
1 – Anna Johansen
2 – John Cramer

Impromptu
1 – Christopher Baldacci
2 – Melissa Lueken
3 – Blake Hansen

Informative Speaking
1 – Claire Scheidler
2 – Benjamin Rolsma
3 – Catherine Alles
 
Open Interpretation
1 – Anna Johansen
2 – Matthew DeLeon
3 – Makala Patterson

Persuasive
1 – Stefanie Klaves
2 – Joel Erickson
3 – Kirstin Erickson

Thematic Interpretation
1 – John Paul Russell
2 – Rachel Bechtel
3 – Cora Alles

IE Sweepstakes
1 – Melissa Lueken
2 – Rachel Bechtel
3 – Stefanie Klaves
4 – John Paul Russell
 
LD Speaker
1 – Rachel Bechtel
2 – Matthew DeLeon
3 – Evelyn Delph
4 – Abby Bechtel
 
LD Debate
1 – Rachel Bechtel
2 – Evelyn Delph
3 – Matthew DeLeon
4 – Abby Bechtel

TP Speaker
1 – Stephen Vilim
2 – Spencer Kolssak
3 – Sarah Hiett
4 – Melissa Lueken

TP Debate
1 – Pinckard/Vilim
2 – Hiett/Hiett
3 – Houchin/Tofte
4 – Horn/Reid

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