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Thirty-four Blendon Middle School students published in book inspired by suspense genre

Thirty-four Blendon Middle School students published in book inspired by suspense genre

Thirty-four Blendon Middle School students in Jamie Bouscher’s seventh- and eighth-grade Advanced English Language Arts classes are now published authors. They include eighth-graders Evie Lahoda and Colleen Gates
 
The seventh-grade students include: Sadrudin Adan, Elyse Albert, Fardawsa Ali, Luisa Altiere, Blaise Amadio, Annabelle Avila-Knudson, Cara Crawford, Kayden Davis, Maria Fey, Finn Fletemeyer, Landon Hughes, Guled Hussein, Paxton Jones, Auden Kontura, Silas Langenderfer, Norah McCabe, Julia Miller-Mathers, Rose Neideffer, Luna Petyerson, Baylor Robinson, Adrianna Rodriguez, Elliot Rutledge, Olivia Scott, Adam Spayde, Emery Strong, Clara Troyer, Isabel Vanatta, Sreshta Vanga, Eloise Voucolo and Nora Wiggins.

The middle school students penned “mini-sagas” (a story of 100 words) using tension, suspense and atmosphere for a writing contest sponsored by Young Writers, a Massachusetts-based group that organizes a series of writing contests for elementary, middle, and high school students. Winning compositions are published in books that are distributed to schools.
 

  • Blendon Middle School
  • Westerville City Schools

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