The student news site of Borah High School

The Borah Senator

Filed under Top Stories

Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

Senator+reporters+take+a+group+picture+after+the+awards+ceremony.
Senator reporters take a group picture after the awards ceremony.

Senator reporters take a group picture after the awards ceremony.

Gabriel Abille

Gabriel Abille

Senator reporters take a group picture after the awards ceremony.

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






On April 22, high school journalism students from Borah, Coeur d’Alene and Timberline earned awards in various news and yearbook categories from Media Network Idaho. Winners who placed first, second, third and honorable mentions received certificates. First place winners also won cash prizes and had their stories entered on a national level for a chance to travel to Birmingham, AL. if their pieces are eligible for placement.

Borah High School won first place for the Sweepstakes Award, meaning it’s newspaper publication staff won the most awards out of all of the schools.

Adviser Michelle Harmon won first place in the category personality profile.

Senior Brooke Kerley was named the Top Senior Student and gave a speech thanking Mrs. Harmon. Among other awards, Kerley also won first in feature story and second in sports.

Other senior winners include Juliann Daw won first place in opinion story. Gabriel Abille received the first and only award for cartooning. Moses Rodriguez won first in news writing. Corissa Campbell won first in columns and blogs. Demi Manglona received third in opinion, second in news writing and an honorable mention in the columns and blogs category. Isabelle Robison placed second for feature story. Amber French won second place in sports photography.

Junior Heidi Johnson won third place for news feature photo.

Sophomore winners comprised of Elaina Swanson who won second place in opinion, and third place in both news story and review. Ariel Cordova received third in feature story and first in review. Baylee London won the first and only award for video feature story, as well as second in news feature photography and third in sports. Skye Vialpando won honorable mentions in sports and review.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Top Stories

    Storage locker provides food, supplies for campus

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Top Stories

    Seasoned competitors, new faces dominate Economic Summit

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Featured A&E

    Places to travel for summer

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Top Stories

    Horticulture teacher and students prepare for annual plant sale

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Top Stories

    Students visit Costa Rica over spring break

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Top Stories

    Senior creates non-partisan organization to unite students through politics

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Top Stories

    Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, connects with high school students by sharing poems

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Opinion

    Peer mentoring a better option than teacher’s aide

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Top Stories

    An immigrant’s journey: difficult, tragic, dangerous

  • Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association

    Reviews

    Annual variety show emcees use humor to start the program

The student news site of Borah High School
Newspaper students receive awards, cash prizes from state journalism association