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Raguseo Recognized for ‘Storywork’

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Michael Raguseo, a sixth-grader at the middle school, was recently chosen as the winner of the “Storyworks Magazine” creative writing contest sponsored by Scholastic.

Teacher Dawn Zeffiro had entered students in her class into the contest, which was based on the nonfiction LiLou story “Why Is This Pig at the Airport?” The students were required to use adjectives, nouns and an idiom from the story to create an original creative writing piece. Raguseo’s entry, “The Scary Night,” was chosen as the winner, and he received a congratulatory letter and prize from “Storyworks.” 

“My students put forth great effort into this creative assignment activity,” said Zeffiro, “and all of us were extremely excited to know that Michael’s creativity and outstanding effort was recognized by the Storyworks staff.”

Friday, June 05, 2020