ECHS participates in Spoken Language Contest

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East Coweta High School’s Foreign Language students competed in the FLAG Spoken Language Contest on March 29 at Decatur High School. First row, from left, Haleigh Smith, Mary Grace Crawford, Lauren Adams, and Astrid Jimenez; second row, Sara Ellen Thomas, Katie Shuman, Julia Shankus, Hannah Rubenstein, and Joliyana Riddick; third row, Sarah Savoie, Alina Lindvall, and James Spavelko. Fourth row, from left, Chan Lee, Charles Parker, Cameron Barnhill, Devon Childers, and Danny Gomez. 


East Coweta High School’s Foreign Language students competed in the FLAG Spoken Language Contest on Saturday, March 29 at Decatur High School, Georgia. The 17 students brought home 5 Superior rankings, 8 Excellent rankings, and 4 Notable Rankings.


French I – Lauren Adams (Notable)

French II – Devon Childers (Excellent)

French II – Katie Shuman (Excellent)

French II – Haleigh Smith (Superior)

French III – Mary Grace Crawford (Superior)

French III – Danny Gomez (Excellent)

French IV – Astrid Jimenez (Excellent)

French IV – Sarah Savoie (Excellent)

French V – Sara Ellen Thomas (Notable)

Spanish I – Cameron Barnhill (Excellent)

Spanish I – Charles Parker, Jr. (Superior)

Spanish II – Julia Shankus (Superior)

Spanish II – James Spavelko (Excellent)

Spanish II – Chan Lee (Notable)

Spanish IV – Hannah Rubenstein (Notable)

Spanish IV – Alina Lindvall (Superior)

Spanish IV – Joliyana Riddick (Excellent)



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