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Conservation Speech Competition

Posted on September 20, 2012 by Lauren Lea

Conservation speeches are coming up fast! All of the Middle School students are rushing to get them done. For those of you who don't know what conservation speeches are, they are speeches that students give on a topic that is connected to nature and must be a problem in Wisconsin. Wildlands School holds a competition every year and the students who wrote a speech must give it in front of their classmates and three teachers. We are graded on a number of things and can get up to 100 points. The teachers will knock off points for things you may have done wrong. Only three people in each age group are able to move on to the state level. On October 3rd, Beaver Creek Reserve hosts another competition for the people who got to move on.  In the past, many Wildlands students have placed high and gone on to the state level. We are hoping we can carry on this tradtion this year. Conservation speeches are due for the Middle School students September 25th and the High School students, who have the option of doing them, must get their speeches in by September 21st.

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