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LCSD Students Named Winners in Bruce Coville Writing Contest
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Thirty-one Liverpool Central School District students recently were honored as part of the 2016 Bruce Coville Halloween Writing Contest.
Each year Coville, a Syracuse area children’s author, writes the beginning of a scary story and then asks local children to write their own ending. Hundreds of students submitted their own version of the ending in three categories: Kindergarten to Grade 3, Grades 4 to 5, and Grades 6 to 7.
Morgan Road Elementary fifth-grader Ava Rosier was declared the winner of the Grades 4 to 5 category and had her ending published on Syracuse.com and in the October 30th edition of the Post-Standard.
Earning honorable mention from Elmcrest Elementary was fourth-grader Emily Nestor.
Earning honorable mention from Long Branch Elementary were fifth-graders Ashley Berube, Jacob Carter, Elizabeth Colling, Angela DellaVella, Kaleb Dixon, Alyssa Henderson, Hailey Jaquin, Sariya Jennings, Medin Kahrimanovic, Sydney LeMay, Aubrey LeMay, Dante Mallozzi, Isabelle McSally, Liliana Opgenorth, Riley Phillips, Sadie Rogers and Griffin Scheftic.
Earning honorable mention from Morgan Road Elementary were fifth-graders Samantha Decker, Gracie Giamartino, Addyson Graham, Thinh Huynh, Owen Salanger, Navjeevan Singh, Lauren Ragonese and Nina Wilkie.
Earning honorable mention from Nate Perry Elementary were third-graders Vivian Goodeve, Emma Howe, Audrey Nkwemi and Michael Sisto.
The writing contest was sponsored by Syracuse Media Group.