LHS journalism students compete at KPA Regional journalism contest

Leopard journalists wrote, created and designed their way to several first, third and honorable mention titles at the Kansas Scholastic Press Association Regional contest. Lincoln High School students competed at the regional contest Feb. 25 at Fort Hays State University in a variety of on-site and digital contests, including writing, designing and photography.

“I was surprised we had better results in the digital submission contests than writing,” said Jason Curtis, journalism teacher at Lincoln Junior-Senior High School. “We usually do better writing. But we usually get around 25-20 placers, so this year was about the same. A little less.” Curtis said last year he lost a lot of seniors to graduation and was competing against stronger competition this year. “I think it is good to have the competition so the very best go to state,” Curtis said.



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