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Adair students attend Kentucky United Nations Assembly

Mrs. Candice Flatt's students attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly at the Galt House in Louisville this past weekend.

The Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) is a 3-day experiential learning conference in which students participate directly in simulated international diplomacy.

Students at KUNA select a country for their delegation to represent. As Ambassadors sharing the culture and diverse interests of UN member nations from around the world, students represent aspects of their country's culture and traditions with a Global Village Booth in the Global Village, Country Signs & Flags during the Parade of Nations, Cultural Attire from their respective nations, and cultural performances.

ACCEL Academy students decided to represent Samoa at this year's conference, and won honors for Premier Delegation and Outstanding Speaker





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Adair Students at KUNA



2019-03-27 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Candice Flatt.
Over 1,000 students and 37 counties from Kentucky attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly Conference in Louisville, KY this weekend. Pictured above are Mrs. Candice Flatt's students who were in attendance: Billy Salmon, Emilee Flatt, Jeanene Pike, Hannah Brown, Jaiden Taylor, Lindsey Taylor, and Lindsey Buckingham. Not pictured Emily Wall.

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Samoan Delegation at KUNA



2019-03-27 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Candice Flatt.
Mrs. Candice Flatt's ACCEL Academy students attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) conference in Louisville, KY this past weekend. They represented the country of Samoa in a competition including cultural village displays and debates. They won honors for Premier Delegation and Outstanding Speaker, Hannah Brown. Pictured above left to right are: Jeanene Pike, Hannah Brown, Emilee Flatt, Lindsey Taylor, and Jaiden Taylor.

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