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Kentucky High Schools Win Big at NSDA

The Kentucky District had one of its best showings overall in recent memory this past week in Dallas at the 87th Annual National Speech and Debate Tournament, sponsored by the National Speech and Debate Association.  Over six thousand entries from … Continue reading

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Kentucky Middle Schools Honored in Dallas

Kentucky sent three middle schools to Dallas to participate in the National Speech and Debate Association’s Junior National Championships last week, and three middle schools came home with prizes! Congratulations to — Harrison County Middle: Hadlie Crump — Quarterfinals, Storytelling … Continue reading

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Kentucky keeps shining in Texas

DALLAS: After two days of prelim rounds and  the first elimination rounds in speech and debate and the first cuts in Comgress , Team Kentucky has seven entries still in the competitions after the Tuesday rounds at the NSDA National … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the following students from Team Kentucky who have advanced into the awards rounds at the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) National Speech and Debate Tournament in Dallas! Duo Interp Perryman/Whittaker – Rowan Co. Oratory Emma Merryman- Danville … Continue reading

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June KHSSL Update

The Kentucky High School Speech League’s website has been updated with the following information: a new tournament calendar draft (6/11) for 2019-2020 a Summary of Discussion (unapproved Board Minutes) for the June 1 meeting Stay tuned next week for updates … Continue reading

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SPEAK VII: the Forensics Awakens on 9/14

SPEAK VII: The Forensics Awakens will be September 14 at UK. The keynote speaker for this workshop for speech and debate teachers will be Meg Howell of Arizona (Interpretation Queen, NSDA Hall of Fame), who will also teach a workshop! … Continue reading

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Another round of Milwaukee excellence!

We missed two LD Debaters in our parade of excellence at CFL Nats!  Bravo to Ryle’s Abbey  Birch (triple octos) and Dunbar’s Sadie Bograd (double octos) for talking their way into the awards rounds!

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