2021 Mustang Speech and Debate Camp
E-MAIL - Contact Jordan Mayer at
for additional questions.
MISSION: The mission of the camp is to provide various majors of public speaking from oral interpretation to public address strategies. Students will be introduced to the Munster High School Speech and Debate Team within various competitive experiences. The camp is geared for rising 5th through 9th grade students.
DATES: The Camp will take place from July 26 to July 30 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Munster High School.
COST: $150.00 - You may write out the check to Munster Speech and Debate. Munster High School's address is 8808 Columbia Avenue - Munster, Indiana 46321. This camp serves as an important fundraiser for our program and students. Alternatively, the check can be brought to the high school main office in a marked envelope (addressed to Munster Speech and Debate c/o Mr. Mayer).
SNACKS - Students should bring their own snacks and water to enjoy during our mid-camp break. We will likely break from 10:30-10:45. A pizza celebration is set for Thursday, July 29 at 11:00 AM. We will eat with proper social distance.
STAFF- Jordan Mayer: Jordan Mayer serves as the Director of the nationally renowned Munster High School Speech and Debate Team, the 30th largest chapter in the USA. Jordan studied theater and communications at Indiana University. He is an Indiana Speech Coach Hall of Fame Member. Under Jordan’s leadership the Munster Speech Team has won eleven consecutive State Titles and numerous National Titles. In the last five years, Jordan has coached 20 students to the semi-final and final rounds of the National Speech Tournaments including the 2014 National Champion in Prose Reading and 2015 National Champion in Humorous Interpretation. Jordan's mission to help students build confidence by finding their voice.
Assistant Munster Speech and Debate Coaches and Varsity Speech Members have served as staff in the past.
CURRICULUM-Students will select a focus at the start of the camp and sharpen skills within their chosen discipline. However, students will be introduced to dramatic reading, public address, and argumentation skills. Students will perform a final performance on July 30. This performance is open to the public in the Auditorium. It will feature select performers.
Fundamental acting techniques
Fundamental research skills
“We the People” Skills
CONTACT Jordan Mayer at
for additional questions.
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