The Oral Language Festival is a competitive event where students recite and perform an interpretation of a piece of children's literature. It is a wonderful opportunity for students to creatively express their love of literature using dramatic speaking skills. In addition, students gain confidence to perform for an audience.4th - 8th grade students may compete in one of six categories:
- Serious Solo
- Humorous Solo
- Serious Duo - 2 students
- Humorous Duo - 2 students
- Verse Choir - 3 - 6 students
- Impromptu Speech (District level highest level of competition)
There will be an Information Night for parents and student on September 13th at 6:00 p.m. A flyer and email will go out a week prior to the meeting.
Each school will determine the day of their school competition.The 2018 District Competition will be held the week of November 13, 2018 for all Elementary (grades 4 - 6) and Middle School participants. Categories and their specific performance days will be announced closer to the competition.The top two entries in each category will move on to compete at the Regional Oral Language Festival with students from Rosedale, Fruitvale, Norris, and Rio Bravo-Greeley schools.Elementary and Junior High combined Regional competition - Tuesday, December 4th - Rio Bravo Greeley hosting
From the Regional competition, the top two entries in each category will move on to compete at the Kern County Oral Language Festival.