St. John’s students win literary competition

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ST JOHNS

Congratulations to our student authors and illustrators.

 

St. John’s Elementary and Middle School students participated in the Delta Kappa Gamma Mary Jo Nettesheim Literary Competition. This is a competition in which students have the opportunity to author and illustrate their own book.

 

Nearly 300 students, representing 7 schools in Washington County participated in this year’s event, with 138 book submitted for judging. Out of the 26 awards that were presented, St. John’s students took home 13 of those awards.

 

We give thanks to our Lord for the talents of our children. We also give thanks to our Lord for the teachers and parents who provided support, guidance and instruction for the students along the way.

 

4th Grade
Honorable Mention – Family Miracle by Hannah Taylor
Honorable Mention – Prank Fairies by Anya Kaehny

5th Grade
First Place – Memoir of a Snow Shovel by Ethan Drover
Second Place – Difficult Times for Katherine by Sydney Stanford
Illustrator Award – Difficult Times for Katherine by Sydney Standford
Honorable Mention – The Prince and Clara by Natalie Newman

6th Grade
Honorable Mention – Free Spirit by Delia Essinger
Honorable Mention – Shoot for Your Dreams by Madeline Drover

7th Grade
First Place – The Gift by Shelby Dorth
Second Place – Day Dreaming is My Reality by Emma Milam
Illustrator Award – Day Dreaming is My Reality by Emma Milam
Honorable Mention – Girl Can’t! Girl Can! by Ashlyn Uebersetzig
Honorable Mention – Two Sided by Brooke Adams

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