written by Ethan Hayse
On October 21-23, PRP competed in the Kentucky United Nations Assembly(KUNA) at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville. The delegates won the title of Outstanding Delegation, which means that the delegates showed core values and followed all rules. Their bill was also one of the top three bills, making it through the second voting stage and on to the second assembly.
In KUNA, a group of students from each school selects a country and creates a presentation that includes background information about the country along with some of the problems that country is facing. This year’s KUNA delegates chose Haiti. “It was really fun and we learned a lot,” said senior Chelsea Pipes. The student delegates are also required to select a token for their specific country. PRP delegates chose a voodoo doll, which they crafted and decorated themselves.
Students who participated were Chelsea Pipes, Autumn Fryrear, Anna Bischof-Bryant, Mikayla Cody, McKenzie McGraw, Kyle Salyer, Jansen Webb, Ariel Findley, Kelaiah Clark, Maggie Brown, Olivia Nisbet and Connor Toles.