Awards

2018 State Leadership Award Winners:

Children’s Literature (Pre-K)

First Place: Emily Lorenzen, Omaha Burke High School

Second Place: Karissa Wildrick, Omaha South High School

Third Place: Maria Diaz Rubio, Vanessa Gurrola, Scottsbluff High School

 

Children’s Literature (K-3)

First Place: Madisen Bell, The Career Academy Lincoln

Second Place: Grace Blum, Olivia Hallock, Papillion-La Vista South High School

Third Place: Alexis Keller, Papillion-La Vista High School

 

Creative Lecture (TED Talk)

First Place: Katelyn Ryman, Millard Education Academy

Second Place: Madison Zink, Papillion-La Vista High School

Third Place: Taylor Powers, The Career Academy Lincoln

 

Educators Rising Moment

First Place: Kandiss Voss, South Sioux City High School

Second Place: Quentin Graves, Papillion-La Vista High School

Third Place: Ty Corr, Scottsbluff High School

 

Ethical Dilemma

First Place: Tess Ray, Carly Renken, Millard Education Academy

Second Place: Amara Hopkins, Lexi Rouse, Tahneceya Sullivan, Michela Tongish, The Career Academy Lincoln

Third Place: Brooke, Becher, Rylee Riggio, Katherine Worden, Omaha Burke High School

 

Impromptu Lesson Plan

First Place: Madisen Bell, The Career Academy Lincoln

Second Place: Nayeli Tula, Omaha South High School

Third Place: Gilly Pearson, Papillion-La Vista South High School

 

Impromptu Speaking

First Place: Gavin Maas, Papillion-La Vista High School

Second Place: Dylan Hicks, Papillion-La Vista South High School

Third Place: Katelyn Ryman, Millard Education Academy

 

Inside Our Schools Presentation

First Place: McKenna Henn, Kayla Holmes, Emma Madden, Ranee Yetts, Millard Education Academy

Second Place: Shelby Bruns, Thea Jobst, Davianne Vice, The Career Academy Lincoln

Third Place: Danny Le, Carmel Notario, Gelsey Timilsina, Wuor Wiyual, Omaha Bryan High School

Job Interview

First Place: Dalilah Valdez, Omaha Central High School

Second Place: Emma Miller, The Career Academy Lincoln

Third Place: Madilyn Gerdts, The Career Academy Lincoln

 

Lesson Planning and Delivery-Arts

First Place: Shantal Cady, Omaha Burke High School

Second Place: Jackson Atwell, Papillion-La Vista High School

Third Place: Brisa Marquez, Fremont High School

 

Lesson Planning and Delivery-Humanities

First Place: Marcel Gonzalez, Omaha Bryan High School

Second Place: Abby Carlson, Westside High School

Third Place: MacKenzie McGuire, South Sioux City High School

 

Lesson Planning and Delivery-CTE

First Place: Taylor Andrews, The Career Academy Lincoln

Second Place: Gisell Ortega-Vega Omaha Bryan High School

 

Lesson Planning and Delivery-STEM

First Place: Madilyn Gerdts, The Career Academy Lincoln

Second Place: Juan Pablo Ramirez-Perez South Sioux City High School

Third Place: Abby Carlson, Westside High School

 

Public Speaking

First Place: Gavin Maas, Papillion-La Vista High School

Second Place: Rachel Kohls, Omaha Burke High School

Third Place: Taylor Powers, The Career Academy Lincoln

 

Researching Learning Challenges

First Place: Isaac Bowman, Jerry Escamilla, Scottsbluff High School

Second Place: Laura Crane, Rachel McCarter, The Career Academy Lincoln

Third Place: Veronica Santos, Mikayla Winningham, McKenzie Zierott, The Career Academy Lincoln

2018 NLC Awards

Congratulations to all of the students that competed at the Educators Rising National Conference.  Five Nebraska students placed in the top 10 in six categories.

2018 Educators Rising Nebraska NLC Competition Results

Impromptu Speaking

6th - Peggy DeLancey
The Career Academy

7th - Katelyn Ryman
Millard West

Impromptu Lesson

9th - Madison Bell
The Career Academy

Job Interview

10th - Delilah Valdez
Omaha Central

Exploring Education Administration Careers

10th - Kandiss Voss
South Sioux City

Educators Rising Moment

10th - Kandiss Voss
South Sioux City