Prairie Valley High School students competed in District Academic UIL Contests on April 8 at Slidell.
Senior Katie Carter became district champion in the Science contest, winning the high score in biology as well. This qualifies her for the Regional UIL Competition.
Senior Michael Ducharme will be returning to Regional UIL Competition in Computer Applications for the second year after placing second in the District Computer Applications competition.
The duo will be competing April 25 at the Regional UIL Academic Competition to be held in Stephenville.
Special recognition also goes to the following students for placing at district competition.
Katie Carter-6th place Computer Applications
Jordan Gaston-5th place Editorial Writing
Miranda Booth-4th place Feature Writing
Matthew Suarez-5th place Number Sense
Prairie Valley ISD is proud to announce that the following students have qualified for Regional Academic UIL Competition: Isaac Yeargin-Science Bailee Tipton-Copy Editing Cheyenne Collins-Copy Editing
Congratulations to Maddi Duck for placing 2nd overall at District Academic UIL Competition in Science. Maddi was the top scorer in Chemistry as well. This qualifiers her for the Regional Academic Meet in Science.
Prairie Valley Elementary and Junior High competed well at the district UIL meet in Slidell on December 2, 2015. Junior High came away 4th place and Elementary 6th palce in the district. Click the following links for the results. . . .
Prairie Valley senior Michael Ducharme competed at the Region III UIL Academic Competition on April 25. Ducharme did an outstanding job of placing fifth in computer applications. Congratulations Michael!
Congratulations to all the students who represented Prairie Valley at District UIL compeiition. Click this following link to see the results: Elementary UIL Results
Kudos to Michael for placing 2nd in Computer Applications at the District level in Bryson on Wednesday, March 19th. Robin Fenoglio and KatieAnn Carter also competed in Computer Applications placing 4th and 6th relatively. . . .