Congratulations PCHS Model United Nations Academic Team!
This past week the PCHS Model UN Academic Team traveled to Boston to compete in Boston University's International MUN Conference. Sixteen (16) PCHS delegates competed against 102 other schools and over 1,500 students from across the entire country and around the world. During the closing awards ceremony, in an event where less than 10% of students receive awards for their performances, all 16 PCHS delegates were so honored.
Some of the top U.S. teams and top teams from China and Mexico attended. In the end, Port Charlotte was announced as the #1BEST SCHOOL DELEGATION of the entire conference for its excellent performance across all committees. Our students represented their school and our community with great honor, integrity, and professionalism. They worked incredibly hard in preparation and during the many hours of the 4-day conference.
Winning First PlaceBest Delegate gavels were seniors Zoe Ortiz and Noah Reid, and sophomore Anthony Bellino.
Winning 2nd Place Outstanding Delegate Awards were seniors Maddy Odenweller and Marc Johnson, and junior Carson McNamara.
Winning 3rd place Honorable Mention Awards were seniors Vance Herbener, Bana Jarrah, Logan Deveau; juniors Anna Belevitch and Michelle Bifaretti; and sophomores Jordan Gulledge and Jonah Katz.
Winning the Best Position Paper Award in his committee was senior Simon Nease.
And winning Verbal Commendation was first year senior, Megan Corn.
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