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SJN’s Lambert wins Family Rosary contest

Family Rosary has selected Jessica Adelle Lambert of Saint John Neumann School as a first-place winner in the fifth-grade division of the 2004 U.S. “Try Prayer. It Works!” contest, a national competition that encourages students to express their faith through art, poetry, prose, video and photography. Jessica was one of 48 winners from more than 3,200 entries, which depict the contest’s chosen theme, A Light Unto Others. The theme was chosen to accentuate the Mysteries of Light suggested as additions to the Rosary by Pope John Paul II. In addition to a certificate, Jessica will receive $100, while the Saint John Neumann School will receive $200.



FHS’s ImagiNation going to global finals

More than 8,000 students from around the world will compete May 26-29 in a tournament at the University of Tennessee, vying for the title of Global Finals Champion.

Farragut High School’s team won both regional and state championships on its way to compete at Global Finals.

Farragut’s team consists of Challen Brill, Danielle Calvert, Amy Dunning, Allison Huckins, Anna Lewis, Faith Wagner, and Erin Williamson.

This team competes in the “Upbeat Improv” challenge. They have researched and practiced musical styles and improv techniques prior to the competition.

Cox has 13-year

perfect attendance

Jarred A. Cox, a 2004 graduate of Farragut High School, has been recognized for his perfect attendance through 13 years. In an FHS press release, the school’s administration stated Cox “deserves to be commended.”

 

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