Inglemoor students receive honors at state journalism conference

Inglemoor High School newspaper and yearbook students won 10 honors at the Washington Journalism Education Association (WJEA) Spring Conference, Mar. 21, at Puyallup High School in Puyallup.

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The Inglemoor High School newspaper and yearbook students with advisor Kirsten Vesely

The following is a press release from the Northshore School District.

Inglemoor High School newspaper and yearbook students won 10 honors at the Washington Journalism Education Association (WJEA) Spring Conference, Mar. 21, at Puyallup High School in Puyallup.

Additionally, Inglemoor teacher Kirsten Vesely was named Washington Journalism Education Association Advisor of the Year. Nominated by the Inglemoor Nordic News staff, Vesely was surprised with the award at the WJEA conference.

Competing in the areas of newspaper writing, in Inglemoor HS’s Nordic News, and yearbook composition, called Scandia, 10 Inglemoor students were recognized for their journalism achievements.

Student honors include:

Excellent, Aaron Huang, Sports Feature Writing

Excellent, Sarah Evered, Yearbook Feature Writing

Excellent, Liora Silkes, Headline Writing/Copy Editing

Superior, Keaton Freet, Photo Editing/Caption Writing in Newspaper and Newsmagazine

Honorable Mention, Teagan Miller, News Writing

Honorable Mention, Sunny Hong, Editorial Writing

Honorable Mention, Casie Moe, Sports Feature Writing

Honorable Mention, Lily Aksan, Editorial Cartooning

Honorable Mention, Chris Beswetherick, Newspaper and Newsmagazine Layout

Honorable Mention, Amelia Shull, Visual Communications

 

 

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