WHS Students Rise to top at National Competition
Washington High School is proud of the efforts of its Educators Rising chapter, which competed in June at National Competition in Boston. Washington boasts a national champion and three other top 3 finalists:
Maria Villalobos is the NATIONAL CHAMPION in Exploring Careers in Education Innovation.
Yumara Zevada placed third in the United States in Exploring Careers in Education Innovation.
Alexandra Gomez received third place in the nation in Lesson Planning and Delivery—Humanities.
Jennifer Reyes earned third place nationally in Education Leadership.
In addition, these students placed in the top ten in their events:
Jakob Baker: 4th place, Educator Rising Moment Speech
Maria Valencia, Maria Villalobos, and Esmeralda Zavaleta: 4th place, Researching Learning Challenges
Nikole Gomez: 5th place, Exploring Education Careers Administration
Emiliano Espino: 5th place, Lesson Plan and Delivery CTE
Miguel Guerrero: 5th place, Lesson Plan and Delivery Humanities
Esmeralda Zavaleta and Rachel Copeland: 6th place, Recruitment and Marketing
Carmen Cazares: 8th place, Exploring Educational Careers Support Services
Adrian Lanier: 8th place, Lesson Plan and Delivery Arts
Lizbeth Garcia: 8th place, Exploring Education Careers Non-Core Education
Maria Valencia and Rachel Copeland: 10th place, Ethical Dilemma
Kristeen Huynh: 10th place, Lesson Plan and Delivery Arts
Berenice Carrillo: 10th place, Lesson Plan and Delivery CTE
In sum, Washington High School had a total of 16 top ten national finalists. WHS Ed Rising is sponsored by Dan Darrow. Congratulations to these outstanding students!