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Sheyenne High School’s Student Congress earns points at state

Congress did well at state competiton

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The Sheyenne HIgh School student congress members. Special to the Pioneer.
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WEST FARGO — Sheyenne High School’s Student Congress returned from the North Dakota High School Activities Association’s State Student Congress with a third-place overall finish.

At the individual level, Senior Rachel Huynh was voted by her peers to serve as the Presiding Officer in House III at the 2022 State Student Congress tournament.
Sophomore Mithul Sathish was named the House III Champion at the 2022 State Student Congress tournament. Both Rachel and Mithul are first-year Student Congress members.

Other individual placers were:

  • Senior Asiya Gedi, Seventh place Senate,
  • Sophomore Jonah Follingstad, Third place House I,
  • Sophomore Hosna Dawlaty, Runner-Up House II,
  • Freshman Ofure Itua - Sixth place House II,
  • Freshman Neha Kamalakannan - Third place House IV,
  • Eighth grader Abhi Kotala - Runner-Up House V,
  • Eighth grader Leo Nyberg - Fifth Place House V,
  • Freshman Elena Weng - Fourth Place House VI, and
  • Eigth grader Norah Casas, Sixth Place House VI

Additionally, six Sheyenne students competed at the North Dakota Roughrider National Qualifying Congressional Debate Tournament held at the Mandan Baymont Inn and Suites. Sophomore Reagan Koppelman was voted by his peers to serve as the Presiding Officer in the Senate for the final session. Sophomore Mithul Sathish is the first alternate in the House for the National Tournament held in June.
The Sheyenne High School team is coached by Kelsey Johnson and Krista Hulderman.

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