DAR

 

TCMS students won many awards in The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Junior American Citizens annual competition.  There were thirty-eight winners from Thomas County Middle School for the Thomasville chapter. Thirteen of those winners took first place and advanced to state competition in January. This year’s theme was  “The 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment--American Women Rise and Shine.”  Students were able to compete in the following categories: poster, stamp design, photo essay, banner, poem, short story, or community service.

From the thirty-eight students who placed first in the local competition and moved on to state, the following TCMS students placed first in the state competition and moved on to the southeast district competition:

5th Grade Poem: Reid Dixon

5th Grade Poem: Caiden Butler

5th Grade Poem:  Tyson Moore

5th Grade Photo Essay:  Tyson Moore

5th Grade Short Story:  Desmond Bryant 

5th Grade Short Story: Anaya Patel

6th Grade Stamp:  Kate Griffith

6th Grade Poem:  Aiden Miranda

6th Grade Poem:  Roan Adams

6th Grade Poem:  Audrey Keve

6th Grade Short Story:  Jesse Taylor

6th Grade Poster:  Harley Layton 

6th Grade Stamp:  Payton West 

The southeast district competition included the thirteen students who placed first in each respective group at the state competition.  First place winners from the southeast district competition will also compete at the national level. The following students won at the southeast district competition and we are awaiting results from the National DAR Competition.

5th Grade Short Story:  Desmond Bryant

6th Grade Short Story: Jesse Taylor

6th Grade Poem:  Roan Adams

6th Grade Poem:  Audrey Keve

DAR Winners





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