Cav Chronicle Newspaper Scavengar Hunt Winners Announced!!!

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Cav Chronicle Newspaper Scavengar Hunt Winners Announced!!!

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The Cav Chronicle JSEC Newspaper Staff is proud to announce the winners of the Advisory School Newspaper Scavenger Hunt Contest.   Beginning on October 1st, and for 3 Fridays, each advisory period was given a scavenger hunt sheet where they had to go onto the school’s Newspaper Site:    ***www.cavchronicle.org*** and find different items.  This activity with prizes not only incentivized students to go onto JSEC School Newspaper, but also to encouraged students to work with others to learn about the climate and culture of the William B. Cooley Health Science Technology & Providence Academy of International Studies @ Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex.(JSEC)  Yes, we currently have the longest name of any school in Providence. The winners were announced this Thursday:

1st Place Daniel Leonardo

2nd Place: Carlos Benitez

3rd Place: Roseline Tejeda

4th Place: Hawa Grear

5th Place: Fred Santos

We received over 125 entries, and put all the winning entries in a barrel and picked out 5 in order from 1st-5th Place.  Congratulations to all the winners and to all the advisories who participated.   Special thanks to all Teachers/Advisories/Students who participated in the contest.  All winners should see Mr. Moreau by this Friday, 10/2 to 5 to pick up their prizes. 

The school newspaper is vital in any school.  Students who work on stories, learn a lot of workplace skills including management, meeting deadlines, and communicating well with others.   JSEC school Newspaper staff develop writing and researching skills when getting information on a variety of different subjects and the experience gives students an idea of what they want to do after graduation.  If you are interesting in writing for the JSEC Cav Chronicle, please see Mr. Moreau, the Cav Chronicle school Newspaper Advisor.