Always one of the School's most eagerly anticipated events, the spring finals of the Woodbury Speaking Contest did not disappoint. Three boys presented their talks in Hamilton Chapel (one remotely) and spoke with humor, grace, and poise.
Bobby Cooper '23 spoke poignantly about his relationship with his father and urged students to talk with their fathers about their experiences as a way to better understand each other. Ethan Sidman '24 reflected on the need for teams to focus on individual and collective excellence noting that while there is no "I" in team, there is a "me". And Daniel Rashes '22 explored the joys of 3B soccer. All boys were remarkable, with Daniel Rashes named the winner.
You can see the winning speech in the video.