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Wheatland Students Published in Southern Lakes Anthology

21 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 “Beneath the Surface”. Student work was judged on clarity and message, creativity/originality, technical skill and presentation, and overall quality.  Wheatland had twenty pieces chosen for publication. Thank you to all students in grades third through eighth that participated in this project.  

A special congratulations to the following students that had their work selected for publication in the 2019-20 Southern Lakes Anthology “Beneath the Surface”: 

Third grade:

  • Camden Gemoll for his art titled “One Big Bite…”  

Fourth grade:

  • Rylie Carter for her illustrated writing titled “Nature”
  • Mackenzie Idell for her illustrated writing titled “The Snowy Snow Mound” 
  • Cambree Lois for her illustrated writing titled “A Great Book”
  • Maci Mowery for her art titled “Scared on Stage” 
  • Evie Parkinson for her poetry titled “Mysterious As Can Be”
  • Rylee Warren for her prose writing titled “Deep Down”
  • Ethan Weis for his poetry titled “Post-Apocalyptic Lands”

Fifth grade:

  • Haven Young for her art titled “The Truth Within”  

Sixth grade: 

  • Haidin Beck for her illustrated writing titled “A Flower’s Roots”’
  • Kaci Peters & Alexis Boonsta for their illustrated writing titled “Under the Mask of Lies”
  • Grace Snyder for her art titled “Below the Tide”
  • Ariahna Stephens for her poetry titled “Look a Little Deeper”

Seventh grade:

  • Jessica Roynon for her art titled “Life Finds a Way”

Eighth grade:

  • Jasmine Delaney for her poetry tilted “Dear Future Generations”
  • Anika Kvacik for her art titled “Broken Faces”
  • Molly Schwertfeger for her art titled “When Darkness Comes Beauty Follows”
  • James Shuemate for his art titled “The Hidden Death”
  • Jesse Sorensen for his art titled “A Hidden World”
  • Devin Steininger for his poetry titled “YET...” 

In addition to having their piece published, students will be recognized for this accomplishment and receive a copy of the publication at a reception in Whitewater on May 19, 2020.  Go Warhawks!