SS students win acting awards at districts

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SS students win acting awards at districts

Senior Kaylee Boyle waits patiently as her sister, Nicole, draws her character's tattoos onto her shoulder. Kaylee Boyle was one of 5 students to receive an Outstanding Acting award at District One Act.

Senior Kaylee Boyle waits patiently as her sister, Nicole, draws her character's tattoos onto her shoulder. Kaylee Boyle was one of 5 students to receive an Outstanding Acting award at District One Act.

Montanna Garule

Senior Kaylee Boyle waits patiently as her sister, Nicole, draws her character's tattoos onto her shoulder. Kaylee Boyle was one of 5 students to receive an Outstanding Acting award at District One Act.

Montanna Garule

Montanna Garule

Senior Kaylee Boyle waits patiently as her sister, Nicole, draws her character's tattoos onto her shoulder. Kaylee Boyle was one of 5 students to receive an Outstanding Acting award at District One Act.

Shakia Sallis, Staff Writer

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Yesterday on Nov 28, the Scribner-Snyder One Act team participated in District One Act at Humphrey St. Francis.

Despite placing in 7th place, the team feels that yesterday’s performance was their best to date.

“I believe that was our strongest performance yet,” director Heather Peters said. “Students had great energy and enthusiasm.”

Kaylee Boyle (12), Corben Burger (11), Kaylin Niewohner (11), Daymen Jurisch (9) and Nia Meyer (9) received “Outstanding Actor” awards by the judges.

At the annual Winter Kick Off, “Orange is the New Glass” will be performed for the last time. The performance starts at 7:00 pm in the gym.