The Parker School Debate Team can be proud of another strong performance, this time at the Mid-Pacific Institute Qualifying Debate Tournament on Oahu on February 16. Parker came in second place overall out of the fourteen schools that participated in the six-round, 15-hour tournament. Iolani School earned first place.
Parker students took first place in four out of the six debate categories: Paul Gregg in Championship Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Sivan Najita in Novice Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Elliott Jacobson and Maia Tarnas in Advanced Public Forum Debate, and Kyley Nishimura and Nya Phillips in Beginning Public Forum Debate. Lysha Matsunobu qualified in Championship Lincoln-Douglas Debate, and Keala Prietto and Nohili Thompson qualified in Advanced Public Forum Debate.
From the last two qualifying tournaments, Parker now has fifteen students who have qualified for the state tournament in April. They will next compete in the Big Island District Debate Qualifying Tournament which will take place on March 5 at Parker School.
2013 SUMMER CAMP AT PARKER SCHOOL
Stay active, be creative, and have fun with your friends! 2013 Summer Camp at Parker School will run for 6 full weeks with a wide variety of experiential activities designed to inspire and engage each camper. Prices: 6 week campers: $175 per week, 4+ week campers: $185 per week, 1-3 week campers: $200 per week. Click here to view a camp flyer.
June 3- July 12, 8 am to 4 pm, ages 5-14
Click here to download a registration form.