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14 Students Published in Area Anthology

Wheatland Students Have Work Published

Congratulations to the talented young authors and artists at Wheatland Center School who recently participated in the Southern Lakes Anthology writing project.  The theme of this year’s anthology project was “Not Always Black & White”. Student work was judged on clarity and message, creativity/originality, technical skill and presentation, and overall quality.  Fourteen of Wheatland’s students had their piece chosen for publication.

Fourth grader, Valerie Defilippo, received special recognition this year.  In addition to having her piece published in this year’s anthology, she will have the honor of reading her poem at the reception in Whitewater on May 21, 2019.

Thank you to all students that participated in this project.  A special congratulations to the following students that had their work selected for publication:

Grade            Name              Category          Title

4th Grade- Valerie Defilippo- Poetry School- Past & Present

4th Grade- Camden Ide- Illustrated Writing- Look Beyond

5th Grade- Grace Snyder- Art- Thorns     

6th Grade- Jessica Roynon- Poetry- Listen to Your Heart

6th Grade- Elise Williamson- Art- Party Animals

7th Grade- Caleb Bohn- Poetry- Simple Beauty

7th Grade- Jasmine Delaney- Illustrated Writing- Shattered

7the Grade- Anika Kvacik- Art- Empty Eyes

7th Grade- Molly Schwertfeger- Art- Melting Self Doubt

8th Grade- Gwen Hammond- Illustrated Writing- Dancing Memories

8th Grade- Paige Olson- Poetry- Trapped in a Shadow

8th Grade- Jessica Ormonde- Poetry- Good Things Come

8th Grade- Beau Schwertfeger- Art- Be “Lit”

8th Grade- Brynn Wierzbicki- Art- Painting a New Light