Fulton Science Academy Model UN excels in New York competition



NEW YORK — The Fulton Science Academy’s Model United Nations team returned from their trip to the Middle School Model UN Conference in New York City on March 30, where middle school students from around the world participated in a mock UN meeting and discussed important issues facing the world today.

Many of the FSA team members received awards for their participation. Clair Merideth-Webb and Phillip Trainor both received the gavel for being the best delegation in the United Nations Environmental Program, where they discussed the protection and conservation of the Arctic. Chloe Richardson and Katherine Li received an honorable mention for their work in the World Health Organization’s “establishing a universal action plan for the zombie pandemic.” Finally, Shreya Rekapalli received special recognition in her council, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.

RN 04-10-14

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