Woodlawn Elementary wins regional academic crown

March 10, 2004

Woodlawn Elementary School's academic team won the regional Governor's Cup competition Saturday in Wilmore.

The school won the overall trophy after finishing first in the team future problem-solving competition, third in the team quick recall tournament, and earning four first-place finishes in individual subject-area tests.

Woodlawn's team won with 39 cumulative points. Camp Dick Robinson Elementary School in Garrard County scored 21 for second in the competition, which included schools from Boyle, Garrard, Jessamine and Mercer counties.

Hogsett Elementary finished fourth overall, placed first in the quick recall tournament, and won the sportsmanship award.

Danville and Boyle County students earning ribbons for their academic teams included:

Woodlawn: Jennifer Harris, first in math and fourth in social studies; James Ross, first in science and third in math; John Stone, third in science; Ramla Ijaz, first in language arts; Dowell Harmon, first in arts and humanities.


Woodlawn's future problem-solving team was made up of Matthew Cushing, Keri Jarvis, Tom Porter and CeCe Witten. Members of the school's quick recall team were Grant Blevins, Tanner Bone, Lucas Edelen, Harmon, Harris, Cody Henson, Ijaz, Hunter May, Ross, Leila Samhat, Stone, and Sarah Jane Tamme.

Hogsett: Trevor Coyle, fourth in science; Rachel Newcomb, second in arts and humanities.

Hogsett's quick recall team was made up of Austin Baxter, Shannon Brown, Emily Couture, Coyle, Gretchen Horton, Kayleigh Hunstad, Max Meckes, Maddie Mullins, Newcomb, Kelsie Sallee, Nia Stallworth, Mia Starcevic and Daisy Zavala.

Jennie Rogers Elementary: Kaitlin Snapp, third in writing composition; Madeline Salinas, fifth in writing composition.

Toliver Elementary: Anne Wilson, second in language arts; Ellie Graham, fifth in arts and humanities. The future problem solving team tied for fourth. Its members were Ellen Delcotto, Asia Dunn, Tiffany Nil and Lanie Will.

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