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Greenview Students Get Poetry Published

46 Greenview students have been selected to have their Haiku poems published in the Young American Poetry Digest, National Schools Project’s 2017 poetry book this Fall! Poems were selected by a panel of educators who evaluated the overall quality of the poem based on the students’ age and grade level, and determined by creativity, age-appropriate language, sensory and figurative images, structure, and poetic techniques. The poems were written in Mrs. Laverdiere’s and Ms. Deutsch’s library technology classes as part of the Amazingly Awesome Haiku Project. Way to go, Greenview Arcs poets! Books can be ordered at

Congratulations to Alexis Abrams, Justine Anderson, Richard Barrett, Morgan Basile, Alaina Boiner, Alexander Brown, William Butler, Jelani Carr, Antonio Campbell, Trinity Cromwell, Damari Dammons, Ella Daugherty, Conner Egan, Madison Evans, Faith Fox, Marcus Forte, Nevaehya Gill, Malai Haynes, Robert Hill, Kysaiah Jackson, Gabrielle John, Dupree Keys, Natia Laird, Franky Lee, Anya Manning, Elijah Manning, Noah McCully, Ivory Miller, Riley Mills, Gabby Moore, Zaelyn O’Neal, Autumn Spencer-Hendricks, Caleb Ray, Ben Roegiers, Titi Salisu, Caleb Serman, Solomon Smart, Alanna Silverman, Faith Smith, Brian Spahiu, Ahniya Thompson, Nomar Tobias, Owen Thompson, Mekhi Vanzant, and Sujood Yakout.

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