Hillcrest Students Get Ethical

Visual arts winners:st place Byron Zelaya, 2nd place Alejandro Hernandez, 3rd place Bethanya Zelelew

Hillcrest High School hosted it’s first Ethics Fair on Feb. 16. Students portrayed one of themes of truth, friendship, honesty, and equality through either creative writing, or the performing or visual arts. The Park Cities Rotary Club sponsored the fair and provided the prize money for winners.

“We in Rotary are thrilled about being a part of this ethics fair.  In the last 10 years, we in the U.S. have made math and science a priority in our schools, and rightfully so,” rotarian Tracy Gomes said. “For the last 100 years, we in Rotary have been about making ethics and values a priority in our world.”

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Creative writing winners: 1st Jordan Johnson, 2nd Quentin Wamsley. Not pictured Brittney Price, 3rd
Performing arts winners: 1st Madeleine Sherrington, 2nd DeQuan Cage
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