The Sheboygan area forensics teams are hosting a movie night tomorrow, Wednesday, October 19, in the South High Library at 6:30 p.m. Join us to view the documentary Figures of Speech, narrated by Chris Pine, which details a year in the world of competitive acting.
Find out more about the film here.
Interested new members are invited to join coaches Kirt Graves, Dan Burkey and returning team members for our first meeting of the 2016-17 school year on Wednesday, October 12 at 2:30 p.m. in room 256. Learn more about the activity, our team, our goals for the year and how you may be an important part of those goals.
Even if you can only stop in for a few minutes, please sign in so you’re included on all team correspondence. If you are unable to attend, email either coach Kirt or Dan.
Potential new members are invited to join returning NHS Forensics team members on Tuesday, August 23, for the second Forensics Summer Session. We will gather from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the third-floor meeting room at Mead Public Library. Meet your future team mates, discuss topics and pieces, and make a plan to attack the forensics season!
If you’re interested but unavailable, contact coaches Kirt Graves or Dan Burkey.
The North High Forensics team will have practice from 12:00-4:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 16 at the Mead Public Library in The Loft on the third floor. Coaches will be available for help with blocking, writing, or finding/cutting a piece.
Alumni who would like to offer assistance are welcome to join us!
The NHS Forensics team is kicking off the season by welcoming any and all students who are curious about joining our team after school on November 30 in Room 256. Meet our returning team members & coaches and find out about all the ways you can express yourself in forensics.
Forensics is competitive speaking, acting, and interpretation of literature. If you’re great at any of those things, join our team! If you’re rotten at any of those things, join our team! This is an activity that is not only fun and social and gives you trophies and chances to travel, but it also prepares you to speak eloquently in front of people for the rest of your life!
There’s no “right type of person” to be involved in forensics. It’s a club in which anyone can learn and grow and thrive. But if you’re a creative person who enjoys writing or having lively discussion with your friends, then you’d probably be a great fit for forensics. If you’re interested in current events and politics, you’d probably be a great fit for forensics. If you like to sing or dance or express yourself on stage in any way, you’d probably be a great fit for forensics!
Email coaches Kirt Graves (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dan Burkey (email@example.com) if you have any questions before November 30.
Can’t join us on November 30 but still want to join forensics? We will meet every Monday in Room 256, so drop in any week.
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