6th Grade Showcase Team Photo

DAVIESS COUNTY, Ky. (12/5/17) — The KAAC Sixth Grade Showcase was held Saturday at Owensboro Middle School with Burns Middle School, College View Middle School, Daviess County Middle School, Owensboro Middle School, Owensboro Catholic 4-6 and Hancock County Middle School participating.

The event competes area sixth graders against each other in written assessment with subject areas of  math, social studies, science, arts and humanities, language arts and written composition. The competition also includes a quick recall event that is similar to a team version of Jeopardy.

Each subject area winners are given points that contribute to an overall total and the overall total determines who wins the event. Overall, College View Middle School came in first place defeating second-place winner Owensboro Middle School by 3 points with a final score of 49-46. 
Scoring for College View included:
Second place quick recall team - Lane Gutsche, Carter Leohr, Nathan Trogden, Parth Haria, Emily Baughn, and Rebekah Docimo; third place math - Logan Abel; first place science - Parth Haria; third place social studies - Lane Gutsche; second place social studies - Carter Leohr; first place language arts - Parth Haria; sixth place arts and humanities - Carter Leohr ; third place composition - Ella Alvey; and, first place - Sophia Sorely.
Certificate of Excellence winners - Reagan Hurter, Matthew Helms, Clayton Manire, Lydia Martell, Mary Wesley, Laci Foster, Yasuki Kawaguchi and Sohaila Aaron.
“Sixth Grade Showcase is a true team event because students feed to College View from multiple elementary schools and have just shy of four months to work together as a brand new team,” said Dr. Jacob Bryant. “This year’s team demonstrated an outstanding commitment to College View Middle School’s expectation of excellence. From day one, the team identified their mission as finishing first in Sixth Grade Showcase, and their hard work and dedication paid off as they were able to honor their school in way that exemplifies what we do best and obtain the goal they set for themselves.  The entire coaching staff and myself could not be more proud of this team.”
In the photo at top –  right to left are: Sophia Sorely, Lydia Martell, Emily Baughn, Mary Wesley, Lane Gutche, Rebekah Docimo, Carter Leohr (team captain), Reagan Hurter, Nathan, Trogden, Yasuki Kawaguchi, Parth Haria, Logan Abel, Matthew Helms, Sohaila Aaron, Sixth Grade Head Coach Dr. Jacob Bryant.

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