Students are finalists in creative writing contest
Fifty-four seventh and eighth graders are finalists in the Stranger Sagas creative writing competition sponsored by Young Writers Publishing. The students wrote micro stories of 100 words or less a story starter that the could choose from. Their work will be published in a book that will be submitted to the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Seventh Grade: Anthony Abrahams, Annastazia Alfarano, Skylee Bates, Lucas Bernhauer, Faith Bill, Aleciyah Brodley, Joey Dell, Lauren Dundon, Deneese Eckert, Jacob Finkelstein, Ana Gambino, Kathryn Gosart, Noah Gray, Vida Hendrikson, Quinn Hogan, Allyssa Klein, Nick Klubek, Joshua Kramarczyk, Ava Lewis-Scoville, Kazmira Maney, Ava Masucci, Darcie Mauk, Santino Michitti, Armony Murphy, Brooklynne Nalepa, Preston Nezelek, Alyson Outman, Claire Peters, Zachary Rader, Matilda Rivera, Dillon Roser, Jonathan Salvinski, Joe Senatore, TJ Serkiz, Gabriella Severino, Meghan Smith, Phoenix Stevens, Eli Weyer, Evan Winn, Alison Zaverton.
Eighth Grade: Madeline Beatty, Megan Bennett, Isabelle Bordages, John Michael Brown, Kayla Cataldi, Kaetlyn L’Amoreaux, Samantha Leotta, Ella McNeal, Skylar Moshier, Kamryn Ramirez, Ben Safford, Dezraeeana Schell, GeorgAnna Smith, Lauren Smith, Crystal Strusz.