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Stevenson students dominate social studies olympiad
Stevenson students dominate social studies olympiad
Posted on 06/03/2020
Social Studies Olympiad

Stevenson students recently dominated a statewide social studies event, earning one of every five medals at the competition.

Students earned 17 out of the 78 medals awarded at the Michigan Council For The Social Studies Olympiad. Seventeen schools from across Michigan participated in the competition.

Stevenson award winners are:

  • Hannah Baran - GOLD MEDAL - Online Presentation (Senior Division)
  • Kyle Baran - GOLD MEDAL - Theme Graphic Design (Senior Division)
  • Clara Barsoum - SILVER MEDAL - Artistic Poster (Senior Division)
  • Olivia Beckman - GOLD MEDAL - Current Event Editorial Essay (Senior Division)
  • Maria Bitar - GOLD MEDAL - Poetry (Senior Division)
  • Colleen Capozello - SILVER MEDAL - Take-A-Stand Essay (Senior Division)
  • Madileine Chase - GOLD MEDAL - Collage Poster (Senior Division)
  • Natalie Graham - SILVER MEDAL - Primary Document Journal (Senior Division)
  • Thy Hoang - GOLD MEDAL - Artistic Poster (Senior Division)
  • Alexandra Koenders - GOLD MEDAL - Storyboard Poster (Senior Division)
  • Mary Kate Pardington - SILVER MEDAL - Speakathon (Senior Division)
  • Ian Payne - GOLD MEDAL - Take-A-Stand Essay (Senior Division)
  • Kelly Puentes - HONORABLE MENTION - Poetry (Senior Division)
  • Alyssa Rhein - SILVER MEDAL - Collage Poster (Senior Division)
  • Maria Xhoga - GOLD MEDAL - Political Cartoon Journal (Senior Division)
  • Maria Xhoga - BRONZE MEDAL - Current Event Editorial Essay (Senior Division)
  • Maryan Yousef - SILVER MEDAL - Online Presentation (Senior Division)

Advisor to the program is Carolyn Frischman.

Since 1987, the Michigan Social Studies Olympiad has increased student interest in social studies education, encouraged a greater appreciation for this subject area and recognized the very important role played by social studies educators in our Michigan schools.

The goals of this special event are to increase student and teacher interest in the study of social studies, to offer contests that lead to improvements in social studies curriculum and instructional practices, to provide opportunities for students and teachers to gain individual and team recognition for academic accomplishments, and to provide opportunities for the development of positive public relations between social studies educators and the community.