NSPA recognizes ‘Observer’

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From left to right;Editors-in-Chief senior Joe Haynes and senior Amna Farooqi and Chief Production Manager senior John Ishikawa.

The Churchill Observer received
an All-American ranking from the
National Scholastic Press Association
(NSPA) for last year’s publications.
The All American is the highest
rating that the NSPA gives to a pub-
lication. To receive this ranking, the
Observer needed to earn a total of
3,200 points or more, along with at
least four marks of distinction.
In addition to earning 4,038 points,
the Observer received four marks of
distinction for leadership, coverage
and content, layout and design and
photos, arts and graphics.