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Young students painted and competed in Najrab

Young students painted and competed in Najrab

53 students from 11 schools in Sarit and Bihar competed in the recitation, and 185 works were submitted for the previously announced drawing competition.The magic wand of imaginationRegional drawing and poetry competition on April 12. This time, the school gymnasium, which was decorated for the occasion, hosted the cultural event that the participating students, their parents and middle school teachers had been eagerly awaiting. The organizers placed the works of the drawing competition on the polygonal walls and on the screen that was the background of the platform that served as a place for reciting poetry. By the way, the children drew a drawing to illustrate the distinctive stories.

School Director Imrene Herzig greeted the guests who came to announce the results of the drawing competition adapted to the Poetry Day and the recitation competition, stressing that it is an event that encourages most of the young students in the region to be creative and write poetry.

– It was a good feeling to come to the gymnasium, see the drawings, the children are waiting to recite the poems, and then at the beginning of the opening to hear the performance of the students of the music school, and they give the guests a complex cultural experience as a whole – this is what Palma Magosi, head of the Bereteuivalu School District in Opening of the event. He added that drawing and studying poetry were also useful activities because the children did not watch TV or use their phones until then, but rather used their imaginations. He also pointed out the importance of exercising and being outdoors, as they can do a lot for their health.

Middle school students competed on an annual basis by reciting a poem of their choice.

The judging panel, led by teacher, writer and poet Gyula Balogh, scored, among other things, the selection of the poem, the understanding of the poem, the focus and the performance. The highest quality competition was for third grade students, followed by fourth grade students. Because there are so many excellent performances each year, only three awards are awarded. Six places were awarded to Berekböszörmény and Nagyrábé. Ebes got five places, and Mikepércs, Furta, Berettyóújfalu, Komádi and Püspökladany got two places each. Students from Földes and Zsáka got one place each. In the drawing competition, the principals awarded separate prizes to local students and students from other schools.

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results

Reciting a poem:
Category 1
1st place: Boglarka Julie, by György Pesenje Fortay.
Edited by Peter Corbonai, Zsigmond Murić Nagirabė, Esq.
Second place: Zsófia Erőss Blanka, Zsigmond Móricz Nagyrábéi, Isk.
Third place: Nadine Toth, János Ebési Arány, Hungarian-English, bilingual Isk.
Special Prize Winner: Chonka Robina, Lagos Kossuth Berekposzormenyi.
Natasa Juba, Joseph Joseph Berettyóújfalui edited by Isk.
Class 2
first place:
Written by Veronica Bende, Zsigmond Morić Nagirabé, ISK.
László Corvin, by Sandor Karacsony Voldici, Esq. and what
2nd place:
Donat Elis Dudas, János Ebési Arany Hungarian-English Two Languages ​​to Teach by Isk.
Lisa Nemeth, János Ebési Arány, Hungarian-English, Two Languages ​​to Teach by Isk.
the third place:
Edited by Jazmin Ferris, Zsigmond Murić Nagirabī, Esq.
Special Prize Winner:
Emsie Lovey, by Terry Calvin. Bishop's house
Tünde Székely Édua, Lajos Kossuth Berekböszörményi.
Category 3:
first place:
Zsaklin Horvath, Lajos Kossuth Perekposzormenii.
Edited by Gyula-Matti Nagy, Attila Josef Beretiogvaloi and Eske. and what
2nd place:
Zamira Croso-Danik, by Denis Barsi, Esq. this is funy
Csaba Lövei, by Terry Calvin, Esq. Bishop's house
the third place:
Written by Attila Czegel, Denis Barsi, ISK. this is funy
Edited by Zsüliett Szűcs, Berekböszörményi Kossuth Lajos.
Special Prize Winner:
Marcel Lukács, edited by Janos Hunyadi Mikipersi.
Edited by Lila Szabó, Zsigmund Morić Nagirabé, ISK
Category 4
first place:
Larissa Balazs, edited by György Pesenje-Fortay.
Lila Juliana Bokoli, Lagos Kossuth Berekposzormeni.
2nd place:
Edited by Zsófia Ványi, József Attila Berettyóújfalui, Isk. and what
Alíz Zsigó, edited by János Hunyadi Mikipersi, Isk.
the third place:
Emma Mayer, János Ebési Arány, Hungarian-English, Two Languages ​​to Teach by Isk.
Special Prize Winner:
Edited by Sarah Gyuri, Zsigmond Morić Nagirabé, Esq.
Elis Dudas Annabelle, János Ebési Arány Hungarian-English Two languages ​​to teach by Isk.
Edited by Hanna Szabo, Lagos Kossuth Berekposzormenyi Esq.

Drawing competition winners

Category 1
Sandor Kari, 1st place, Joseph Attila Primary School and AMI, Bereteuivalu
Zalay Alex, runner-up at Ferenc Zsakai Kulsi Primary School
Gyorgy Arani, 3rd place, Sarande Lagos Kossuth Primary School
Class 2
Szovia Mogiorosi-Nemes, 1st place, Calvin Terry Primary School, Pospokladny
Anna Noemi Israel, 2nd place, Joseph Attila Primary School and AMI, Bereteuivalu
Bianca Cesar, third place, László Szabo-Ami, Hajdószoboszlo
Gali Fani, Special Award, Petritlipi Primary School, Pospokladani
Category 3
Eva Lara Molnar, 1st place, Petritlipi Primary School, Pospokladani
Bertucci-Tar Carolina, second place, Mikiperse Janos Hunyadi Primary School
Flora Szabo, 3rd place, Petritlipi Primary School, Pospokladani
Aisa Sarault-Toth, Special Award, Sandor Karacsony Foldesi Primary School and AMI
Zsüliett Szűcs, Special Prize, Lajos Kossuth Primary School in Berekböszörmény
Category 4
Boglarka Levai, 1st place, Joseph Attila Primary School and AMI, Beretyuvalu
Blanca Corvin, 2nd place, Sandor Karacsony Foldesi Primary School and AMI
Clelia Kutasi, third place, László Szabo-Ami, Hajdoszoboszlo
Nora Erkóvi, Special Award, Ebési Arány János Bilingual Hungarian-English Primary School
Annamaria Gyorfi, Special Award, EGYMI Primary School and College
Gyula Sebastian Balogh, Special Award, EGYMI Éltes Mátyás Primary School and College

Drawing competition for local winners

Category 1
Greta Jakab, first place, Moric Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Barbara Harmati, second place, Nagyrábéi Móricz Zsigmond Primary School
Tamas Lesnyai, 3rd place, Moric Zygmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Zsolt-Krzysztof Muzik, Special Prize, Zsigmond-Morich Primary School in Nagirabé
Class 2
Regina Szabo, 1st place at Moric Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Doza Pamela Melissa, 2nd place, Moric Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Coppersmith Liliana Hanna, 3rd place, Morich Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Jazmine Ferris, Special Award, Morich Zygmond Primary School, Nagirabé
Category 3
Dorka Kolarek, first place, Moric Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Imre Ivan Harmati, 2nd place, Murić Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Regina Garabucci, third place, Nagyrábéi Móricz Zsigmond Primary School
Attila Tessai, Special Award, Moric Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Category 4
Dorina Kolarek, first place, Nagyrábéi Móricz Zsigmond Primary School
Anita Balogh, second place, Nagyrábéi Móricz Zsigmond Primary School
Pálví Bernadette Nabsógar, third place, Nagyrábéi Móricz Zsigmond Primary School
Laura Zoe Koszoros, Special Award, Morich Zygmond Primary School in Nagirabé
Sarah Gyori, Special Award, Moric Zsigmond Primary School in Nagirabé

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