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WMS Students Recognized at ASAP's Celebration of Young Writers
Time: 5:00 PM
Saturday, April 26th, six WMS students were recognized at the ASAP Celebration of Young Authors event in Washington, CT. Their writing submissions were chosen to be read by leading lights in the literary and entertainment worlds.
An upper elementary student, age 11, loves writing and reading. She wrote her piece with the guidance of her spelling teacher, Jane Hyland, whom she considers a very good teacher.
A lower elementary student, age 7, dedicated her poem to her teacher, Joan Gwillim. She loves horses, Joan loves them also. She loves Joan - she thinks Joan is funny, kind and great at teaching.
An upper elementary student, age 10, says all families are different- no matter what, if you love them, then they are your family. The Poem she wrote is about her family and how much she loves them.
An upper elementary student, age 10, finds music an inspiration to his writing. Playing guitar is his favorite hobby.
A lower elementary student, age 8, wrote Snowy Day because he likes snow and he likes to write poems.
A middle school student, age 14, is a dancer and loves to read in her spare time.