Thirty students from Lakeview High School participated in the District Literary Rally at Northwestern State University Feb. 18. The literary rally tests are created by university personnel and are constructed from guidelines established by the Louisiana High School Rally Association. The questions are derived from Louisiana Department of Education curriculum guides, grade level expectations, and content standards.
The following students represented Lakeview High School at the district literary rally: Advanced Math, Cadie Coleman and Nykeria Jones
Agriculture I, Hannah Walker and Salem Johnson
Algebra I, Kayla Denham and Julie Baldwin
Algebra II, Alyssa Breaud and Za’Chary Jackson
Biology I, Deanna Rowell and Makaila Braxton
Biology II, Heather Mosely and Nykeria Jones
BCA, Keaira Thomas and Jordan Bevil
Chemistry, Cadie Coleman and Serenity Beavers
Civics, Matthew Vaughn and Dillon Longing
English I, Pasha Farley and Hailey Thompson
English II, Matthew Vaughn and Jada Aldridge
English III, Jordan Bevil and Hannah Collum
English IV, Kelsey Shoemaker and Dylan Marr
FACS, Kayla Denham and Jodie Kerry
Fine Arts Survey, Skylar Williams and Nikayla Rock
Geometry, Dillon Longing
Physical Science, Pasha Farley
Spanish I, Haley Garrison and Ashley Blake
U.S. History, Audrey Bamburg and Brandon Roberts
World Geography, Anna Smith and Nicholas Wiggins
World History, Heather Mosely.
Karen Chandler, Kevin Foy, and Denise Roper are the faculty sponsors of the Lakeview rally team.
Five Lakeview students qualified for the state literary rally competition, which will take place on April 1 at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. These students are:
Cadie Coleman, Advanced Math (medalist)
Hannah Walker, Agriculture I
Jordan Bevil, Business Computer Applications
Jodie Kerry, Family and Consumer Science
Nicholas Wiggins, World Geography.
When asked about participating in this event, junior Cadie Coleman said, “Literary Rally has always been a great experience, and I am so excited to have made it to the state level this year. The test was all multiple choice and it didn’t take very long to complete.”
Cadie was a medalist in Advanced Math and Statistics at the district level. She had some advice to offer students who may decide to compete in this event next year, “In my opinion, the best way to prepare for any Literary Rally test would be to always listen in class and take a few practice ACT tests.”
Pictured on first row from left are Jordan Bevill, Za’Chary Jackson, Cadie Coleman, Audrey Bamburg, Serenity Beavers and Skylar Williams. On second row are KeAira Thomas, Kayla Denham, Hannah Collum, Hannah Walker, Alyssa Breaud, Hailey Garrison and Nikayla Rock. On third row are Mekaila Braxton, Nicholas Wiggins, Brandon Roberts and Nykeria Jones. On fourth row are Ashley Blake, Deanna Rowell, Pasha Farley, Kelsey Shoemaker, Jodie Kerry and Julie Baldwin. On fifth row are Hailey Thompson, Heather Mosley, Dillon Longing and Matthew Vaughn. On sixth row are Rally Sponsors, K.C. Chandler, Kevin Foy and Denise Roper.