Nineteen middle school students were honored at the Yahara Rivers Writers Contest special ceremony at Union South on the UW-Madison campus on Tuesday, May 9.
The students all finished in the top 10 of their respective categories: poems, short stories, editorials or created cartoons or other art work for divider pages. The contest includes thousands of students from all over southern Wisconsin.
The District students recognized were:
|Genevieve Eck||Glacier Creek||5th||Kaitlin Haag||Glacier Creek||5th|
|Abdul-Jaleel Zainoba||Glacier Creek||6th||Mikaela Roth||Glacier Creek||6th|
|Emerson Scoenke||Glacier Creek||6th||Oliver Ehrhardt||Glacier Creek||6th|
|Sydney Meicher||Glacier Creek||6th||Braxton Wild||Glacier Creek||5th|
|Sarah Ann Huber||Glacier Creek||6th||Lily Noak||Glacier Creek||8th|
|Talia Dolin||Kromrey||7th||Lynnea Colbert||Kromrey||8th|
|Sam Eggert||Kromrey||8th||Rachel Ryan||Kromrey||8th|
|Amanda Tung||Kromrey||8th||Hank Riter||Kromrey||8th|
|Gus McDonough||Kromrey||8th||Ashwika Chavan||Kromrey||8th|
Advanced Learning specialist Ruth Frawley, who works at Glacier Creek and Kromrey, offered special thanks to teachers Jen Sadkovich, Amy Weber, Marilyn Sharrow, Melanie Chanos, Carrie Murphy, Diane Boles and Emily Stousland for helping with this event and to all the District literacy teachers who encouraged students to create submissions for the contest.