Nashua-Plainfield earns three Division I ratings at state
Weather delays and postponements has made this speech season one to remember for the Nashua-Plainfield students, but it has all paid off for the students who went to the state individual speech contest in Forest City on Saturday.
Isaac Swaney, Tanner Striegel, Drew Moine and Cadence Ellifritz all advanced to the state contest and performed on Saturday at Waldorf University. These four students brought six entries to perform in front of the three judges. Schools from Northeast Iowa were there to compete for the coveted All-State nomination.
Striegel received Division I ratings in both storytelling and musical theatre while Moines did the same in prose. Swaney earned a II in spontaneous speaking and improvisation while Ellifritz received a II in poetry.
— For more on this story, see the March 14 Nashua Reporter.