Each school may submit up to four bills for Congress. Each school may indicate which bill it would like to be considered for the Final Round. Please email bills to email@example.com no later than 5 pm on 26 February. My goal is to have dockets published by Monday, 2 March.
Tentative Schedules for the State Debate, Senior Speech, and Junior Speech Tournaments are now posted under the State Tournament tab above.
The Blyton Book Awards return to KHSSL State this year. Thanks to Amazon, I have copies of Dr. Blyton’s Speaking Out: Two Centuries of Kentucky Orators purchased for the next three years. One will be given to a Senior Division KHSSL competitor, another to a Junior Division competitor.
Information on the Book Award is found on the Book Award tab at the top of the page. The nominations are due 1 March.
Congratulations to Brian Anderson of LaRue County for his success at the Barkley Forum for High Schools at Emory University–he is the CHAMPION in Prose/Poetry and the RUNNER-UP in Extemporaneous Speaking!
Congrats to Brian Anderson for reaching the final round in both Extemp. and Prose/Poetry!
Congrats to the following members of Team Kentucky for clearing at the Emory University Barkley Forum for High Schools:
- Lane Hedrick–Rowan
- Brian Anderson–LaRue
- Nathan Sudenga – Boone
- Lydia Graham – Danville
- Austin Barringer – Danville
- Nathan Sudenga/Carson Kruml – Boone
- Brian Anderson – LaRue
- Bethany Pace – Rowan
- Laurel Payne – Danville
- Grace Sheene – Danville
- Rachel Finefrock – Assumption