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International

Competition  

Results

 

Community Problem Solving - Individual

2nd Place International Competition

Anjika Jain, Avondale Schools

 

Multi-Affiliate Global Issues Competition

2nd Place International Competition

Harman Mand,  Troy Schools

 

Congratulations to all our competitors on a successful IC!


STATE BOWL RESULTS

Global Issues Problem Solving - TEAM

Senior Division

1st Place

Shriya Shah, Manasi Desai, Ami Patel, Alexandra Rozanski   - International Academy East and Athens High School, Coaches Shah & Wochoski

 

2nd Place

Mitch Wochoski, Neha Paragi, Rahi Patel, Zoe Colovic - International Academy East and Athens High School, Coaches Shah & Wochoski

 

3rd Place

Meghana Kowsika, Sanjana Anil, Ashka Pujara, Sree Anumolu - International Academy East, Coaches Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

 

4th Place

Caroline Rozanski, Jaclyn Voyt, Nithya Rao, Karma Karira - International Academy East, Coaches Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

 

Semi-finalists

Heather Burrum, Jillian Haas, Hannah Laing, Jason RIchards - Clarkston High School, Coach Sue Banworth

Julia Gerard, Elise Kesler - Rochester Adams High School, Coach Laura Phou

Sanjana Aiella, Megha Gajjala, Nina Bodakayyala, Shivapriya Chandu - I.A. East, Coaches Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

 

Middle Division

1st Place

Grace Montreuil, Mary Katherine Komeshak, Ella Miller, Gabbi Claxton - Brandon Middle School, Coaches Julie Hampel & Michelle Tyrrell

 

2nd Place

Maria Reitz, Kasey Deschler, Rachell Kroll, Amina Dada - Zemmer Campus Lapeer, Coach Patrick Lothrop

 

3rd Place

Payton Fletcher, Nick Bradburn, Paige Thwing, Emily Roper - Brandon Middle School, Coaches Julie Hampel & Michelle Tyrrell

 

4th Place

Riya Dutta, Neha Aigalikar, Megha Chaudhari, Samruddhi Deshmukh - Smith Middle School, Coach Manisha Deshmukh

 

Semi-finalists

Nicholas Hatchew, Jack Sidebotham, Harmon Field, Abigail Seelman - Armstrong Middle School, Coach Lisa Katzenberger

Pranav Deshmukh, Shrimann Myneni, Amr Ansari, Achintya Sambanthamoorthy - Reuther Middle School, Coach Manisha Deshmukh

Afrah Mohamed, Muna Mohamed, Wally Alhomaidi, Malak Al-Shaebi - Universal Academy, Coach Kalyna Petrusha

Preethi Venkatesan, Micaiah Whitaker - Avondale High School, Coach Laura Phou

Andrew Wang, Catherine Wu, Kevin Zheng, James Terng - Troy High School, Coach Lindsay Noble

 

Junior Division

1st Place

Isaac Miller, Caleb Thwing, Olivia Hanson, Lauren Komeshak - Brandon Fletcher Intermediate, Coaches Julie Hampel & Michelle Tyrrell

 

2nd Place

Krish Ghosalkar, Sanjana Sunil Kumar, Sarang Bhide, Vidhi Kamat - Boulan/Smith Schools, Coach Sona Patil

 

3rd Place

Arnav Shah, Zara Mirza, Harman Mand, Anuya Gawaskar - Larson Middle School & Boulan Park, Coaches Shah & Wochoski

 

4th Place

Maeve Losh, Katelyn  Kohn, Mackenzie Sherle - Holy Family Regional School, Coach Mary Nowak

 

Semi-finalists

Evan Fletcher, Lillian Muehlheim, Lyndsay Claxton, Abigail Muehlheim - Brandon Fletcher Intermediate, Coaches Julie Hampel & Michelle Tyrrell

Zachary June, Elia Garcia, Elyse Hause, Katlynn Garfield - Armstrong Middle School, Coach Lisa Katzenberger

Connor Good, Anish Jain, Adam O'Deven, Reisha Taragaturi - Woodland Elementary, Coach Laura Phou

Emily Healy, Valentina Matteocci, Abby Archey, Natalie Lanzi - Holy Family Regional School, Coach Mary Nowak

 


Global Issues Problem Solving - Individual

Senior Division

1st Place - Ashka Pujara, International Academy East, Coaches Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

2nd Place - Sanjana Anil, International Academy East, Coaches Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

3rd Place - Meghana Kowsika, International Academy East, Coaches Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

4th Place - Esha Ghosalkar, Troy High School, Coach Sona Patil

Semi-finalists

Shriya Shah, Athens High School

Mitchell Wochoski, Athens High School

Meghana Keeta, Troy High School

 

Middle Division

1st Place - Riya Chakravarthy, Boulan School, Coach Sona Patil

2nd Place - Brian Good, Avondale Middle School, Coach Laura Phou

3rd Place - Anjika Jain, Avondale Middle School, Coach Laura Phou

4th Place - Gautam Bajaj, Boulan School, Coach Sona Patil

Semi-finalists

Paige Thwing, Brandon Middle School

Prajana Polamarasetti, Baker School

Brian Kim, Holy Family Regional School

Justain Esdale, Larson Middle School

 

Junior Division

1st Place - Riya Dutta, Smith Middle School, Coach Manisha Deshmukh

2nd Place - Sarang Bhide, Smith Middle School, Coach Sona Patil

3rd Place - Arnav Shah, Larson Middle School, Coaches Shah & Wochoski

4th Place - Connor Good, Woodland Elementary, Coach Laura Phou

Semi-finalists

Sanjana Sunil Kumar, Boulan Park

Krish Ghosalkar, Boulan Park

 

 


Scenario Writing

 

Senior Division

1st Place - Matthew Lau, International Academy Easy, Coach Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

2nd Place - Renuka Murthi, Troy High School, Coach Lindsay Noble

3rd Place - Heather Burrum, Clarkston High School, Coach Sue Banworth

Semi-Finalist - Sanjana Anil, International Academy East, Coach Alex Benitez, Zoe Colovic and Rahi Patel

 

Middle Division

1st Place - Nadia Imam, Athens High School, Coaches Shah & Wochoski

2nd Place - Shawn Stridian, Millennium Middle School, Coach Doug Host

3rd Place - Emily Schanick, Armstrong Middle School, Coach Leann Wartella

Semi-finalists

Harmon Field, Armstrong Middle School

Lexa Jones, Armstrong Middle School

Alex Lechota, Armstrong Middle School

Grace Leonardi, Ruether Middle School

Shannon McGlynn, Holy Family Regional School

Cade Person, MIllennium Middle School

 

Junior Division

1st Place - Benjamin Malysz, Hoiy Family Regional School, Coach Mary Nowak

2nd Place - Abby Archey, Holy Family Regional School, Coach Mary Nowak

3rd Place - Maeve Losh, Holy Family Regional School, Coach Mary Nowak

Semi-Finalists

Stefan Barbu, Larson Middle School

Jack Mueller, Holy Family Regional School

Randy Paris, Armstrong Middle School

Mackenzie Scherle, Holy Family Regional School

 


Community Problem Solving

Middle Division Team

Inner City Smiles- Team Teeth              Troy Schools   

Team Members:  Aishwarya Arvind, Apoorva Mirji, Arnav Shah, Gautam Bajaj, Julia Voyt, Parvathi Nagappala, Prajna Polamarasetti, Purvi Raj, Sejal Patil                                             

Coaches: Beena Nagappala & Shriya Shah

Their project was based on the research which showed a lack of oral health education and resources in students of inner city Detroit. Collaborating with the school and the Nurse practitioner at Nolan Elementary Middle School, they visited the school multiple times and educated students of different ages about the importance of oral health, using a presentation. Their presentation also included a demonstration of proper brushing techniques and a play that showcased what a regular visit to the dentist looked like. They also created an interactive dance that they performed to a song describing the importance of good oral hygiene. Team Teeth provided the studentswith resources to maintain their oral health- a toothbrush, toothpaste and floss for each of them. Finally the teachers were provided with information regarding  SmileConnect, a program that helps provide oral health resources to those who need it. Overall, they’ve educated many students, provided them with resources and instructed them to maintain good oral health in the years to come.

 

Middle Division Individual

" Bridge the Gap"       Anjika Jain     Coach: Laura Phou

According to a data analysis from the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2, adolescents with ASD are significantly more likely never to see friends outside of school (43.3%), never to get called by friends (54.4%), and never to be invited to school activities (50.4%).This year Anjika decided to change that, and through project Bridge the Gap, she coordinated more opportunities for these students so that they have more socialization experiences after school. She was able to positively affect the students lives and help them gain social interaction skills that they will use in the future.

 

Senior Team

 "Success Starts with Small Steps." 

Team Members:  Gloria Stach, Gabe Stach, Rebecca Wong, Saanya Pherwani, Lingzi Liao, Celeste Dufour, Arav Agarwal, Eve Washington, Sahil Kapur

Coach: Laura Phou

Their project focused on helping students at International Technology Academy in Pontiac, MI. These students, in particular, are bilingual, as their first language is Spanish. Almost 47% of the students are living in poverty. In national ratings, the bottom 20% of family income students are five times more likely to drop out of high school compared to higher income students. International Technology Academy is a special school within the Pontiac School District for honors students. They must maintain good grades to stay in the school or else they will have to go back to their home Pontiac school in which harder social standards make it more difficult for them to succeed. The team’s goal was to make sure that these kids excel in all of their classes. They incorporated one-on-one tutoring with the students, kept data files on them, monitored their growth, and used interactive STEAM activities to allow them to reach their full potential. Their motto is “success starts with small steps.” Giving the kids the additional free personalized tutoring is the first step to them achieving their goals and dreams.