SOCES JUNIOR HAS KNACK FOR DEBATE.Byline: SIMONE SCHRAMM Community columnist
David Sherman David Sherman is an American novelist who deals overwhelmingly with military themes at the small-unit tactical level. His experiences as a United States Marine during the Vietnam War show prominently in his work. Biography
Sherman was born in Niles, Ohio. , a junior at the Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies (also Sherman Oaks CES or SOCES) is a (magnet) public school in the San Fernando Valley, Southern California, United States. in Reseda, won four awards in the ``I Have A Dream'' speech and debate tournament sponsored by the Tri-Valley Forensic League, the local division of the National Forensic League The National Forensic League is one of two major U.S. national organizations which direct high school competitive speech events. (The other is the National Catholic Forensic League or NCFL.). The National Committee meets several times a year for rules revision. . The school's debate team also won the sweepstakes trophy.
David's most notable trophy was the top speaker award, given for the first time during the competition. Kathy Graber, the debate coach for Monroe High School For other uses, see James Monroe High School.
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During that competition, he won first place in all three of the events he entered, a first in league history. David, who has 20 trophies as well as numerous plaques and medals, said he enjoys speech and debate because it gives him insight into myriad topics.
``It's just a way for you to really understand issues that are going on and to hear other interpretations and points of view and to understand them.''
But don't count on David becoming a politician - his main passion is English and he loves writing speeches.
``I actually don't want to go into politics, which is really funny,'' he said. ``I like English because it just gives me a chance to write speeches. Speech and debate really fall under that category.''
Four local residents were named to the dean's list dean's list
n. pl. deans' lists
A list of students in a high school, college, or university who have attained high academic rank. of Northeastern University in Boston for their exemplary academic standing.
The honorees are:
Asheley Amoroso Am`o`ro´so
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adv. 1. (Mus.) In a soft, tender, amatory style. of Westlake Village, Meredith A. Lennox of Thousand Oaks, Christine Nguyen of Canoga Park and Chantelle Wells of Thousand Oaks.
Kelly Moran of Northridge completed three months of Peace Corps training in Uzbekistan. She will teach English to students ages 13 to 16 for the next two years in Ferghana Valley in southeastern Uzbekistan.
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917–November 22, 1963), was the thirty-fifth President of the United States, serving from 1961 until his assassination in High School's Architecture and Digital Arts Magnet in Granada Hills won gold and silver medals at the annual Region SkillsUSA-VICA Skill and Leadership Competition.
The competition tested the expertise in both skill and leadership of members throughout the San Fernando Valley San Fernando Valley
Valley, southern California, U.S. Northwest of central Los Angeles, the valley is bounded by the San Gabriel, Santa Susana, and Santa Monica mountains and the Simi Hills. and Los Angeles. Competition included areas such as job interview, prepared speech, architectural drafting and opening and closing ceremonies.
TeleTech Holdings, Inc. and the Universal City/North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce presented a $4,000 check to Colfax Elementary School in North Hollywood to help build a new playground for its students.
The Valley Cultural Center has applications available for its annual music competition, which is open to junior and senior high school students ages 12 to 18 and consists of three award categories.
A total of $5,700 will be given to students and their schools. Entries must be postmarked by March 8. For an application, call the VCC An electronics designation that refers to voltage from a power supply connected to the "collector" terminal of a bipolar transistor. In an NPN bipolar (BJT) transistor, it would be +Vcc, while in a PNP transistor, it would be -Vcc. at (818) 704-1358 or visit www.valleycultural.org on the Web.