FARMINGTON — The Educational Equity Department of the Davis School District has announced the winners of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Speech Contest winners.
Students were asked to memorize and present a one- to three-minute excerpt from King's "I Have a Dream" speech. School winners then competed at the district level.
Winners in kindergarten through second grade are: first place, John Haugland, second-grader at Mountain View Elementary; second place, Rex Poulsen, second-grader at Adelaide Elementary School; third place, Lanette Lambert, second-grader at Antelope Elementary School.
Winners in third through sixth grade are: first place, Dallin Moody, fourth-grader at Lakeside Elementary School; second place, Landon Francis, fifth-grader at Layton Elementary School; third place, Nathan Mills, sixth-grader at Adelaide Elementary School.
Junior high winners are: first place, Tomoya Averett, eighth-grader at Legacy Junior High School; second place, Ayana Rodriguez, eighth-grader at Central Davis Junior High School; third place, Abbie Tanner, eighth-grader at Mueller Park Junior High School.
High school winners are: first place, Abbie Bowers, junior at Woods Cross High School; second place, Jack Hyer, senior at Northridge High School
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