Congratulations!

2020 Jabberwock Contestants:

1st Place – Tiara Walters
2nd Place – Kyla Avery
3rd Place – Logan Foreman
4th Place – Montsho Canton
5th Place – Kameren Simmons

About Jabberwock

Jabberwock is a cultural and fund raising activity that includes the local community. This project began as a unique means of raising scholarship funds by a Boston, MA chapter in 1925. Conceived by Marion Hope Conover, members of the Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority presented a variety of performers who competed for prize monies. From this successful venture, Delta Jabberwock was born and would soon become part of the Delta tradition.

This annual production idea was quickly adopted by chapters of the sorority. Delta Sigma Theta in the United States and abroad has produced innumerable Jabberwocks. On December 28, 1947, Jabberwock was formally adopted and copyrighted by Delta Sigma Theta.

Introducing #NHACDST #Jabberwock2020 Team 1, also known as Legendary Logan, Logan Foreman, Class of 2020.

Logan is a recent graduate of Cooperative Arts & Humanities Magnet High School. During his time in high school he participated in St. Luke’s Steel Band, where he played the steel pan, drums, xylophone, and many percussion instruments. He was also a part of the Elm City Youth Council, NAACP Youth Council, and volunteered with Mothers Demand Action. For fun, Logan enjoys mentoring the youth, volunteering, photography, and drawing.

Logan will be pursuing his education at Hampton University in the Fall.

Logan Foreman, Class of 2020 | Hampton University

Introducing #NHACDST #Jabberwock2020 Team 2, also known as P5 – Preparing the Path (Passion, Purpose, Power), Tiara Walters, Class of 2023.

Tiara is a student at Amistad High School where she is a member of the cheer team and debate team. When she is not studying or preparing for a cheer and/or debate competition, she is dancing at the Tia Russell Dance Studio.

Tiara also participates in Novaes, Perfect Blend, NAACP Youth Council, and Delta Academy & GEMS.

Tiara Walters, Class of 2023 | Achievement First Amistad High School

Introducing #NHACDST #Jabberwock2020 Team 3, also known as, Triple Threat, Montsho Canton, Class of 2021.

Montsho is a student at Hamden High School. At Hamden High she is the President of the Black and Hispanic Student Union, a team player on the Championship Varsity Girls Basketball team, a member of the school’s Spanish Club, a student ambassador, and a peer leader. Montsho is also the Secretary of the NAACP Youth Branch.

Outside of school, Montsho is involved in Model United Nations at the University of New Haven serving Italy and a part of the Hamden Black History Committee.

Introducing #NHACDST #Jabberwock2020 Team 5, also known as, Visionary, Kameren Simmons, Class of 2020.

Kameren is a recent graduate of Hamden High School. While at Hamden High, Kameren was involved in the Hamden High Ambassadors program, sat on the Ronald McDonald House Teen Board as the Treasurer, and was the NAACP Youth Leadership Board Vice President. She also was a part of the Global Youth and Empowerment Club, Yale New Haven Hospital Student Volunteer program, Hamden High School Soccer Team, and Immanuel Missionary Baptist Church Food Pantry team.

With successfully juggling her school studies and extracurricular activities, Kameren also worked part-time at the Rainbow Cleaners located in Hamden, CT and Quad Town Advisor.

Kameren will be pursuing her education at Howard University in the Fall.

Introducing #NHACDST #Jabberwock2020 Team 6, also known as, HERstory, Kyla Avery, Class of 2020.

Kyla is a recent graduate of Cooperative Arts & Humanities Magnet High School.

While in high school she danced and sang at Hamden Academy of Dance. Kyla also volunteered at East Rock Community School, where she assisted children ages 5-6 at the Kids Kraze After School Program.

Outside of school and volunteering, Kyla really enjoys and is very talented in dancing, singing, and drawing.

Kyla will be pursuing her education at the University of Connecticut in the Fall.