R.J. Vial Elementary young authors’ contest winners 2012-2013

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R.J. Vial Elementary young authors’ contest winners 2012-2013.

3rd Grade

Fiction

1st Place - Julianna Stephens - "Spooky Nature"

2nd Place - Donnell Ingram - "A Hiking Adventure"

3rd Place- Ashlyn Gordon - "The Boat Trip"

 

Non- Fiction

1st Place - Zane Dufrene - "When I Broke My Arm"

1st Place SpEd -Kerry Schaubhut -"Our Christmas Tree"

2nd Place - Albert Henderson - "The Time I Carved a Pumpkin"

3rd Place - Brady Babin -"The Championship"

Honorable Mention - Karlie Dufrene - "The Weather"

4th Grade

Fiction

1st Place - Sophia Hauswirth - "Hogs"

2nd Place - JaydenHughes - "The Monsters"

Non- Fiction

1st Place - Tabitha Toney - "My Trip to Panama City"

2nd Place - Drake Simar - "Football"

3rd Place - Kylie Tate - "The Truffle’s Troubles"

Honorable Mention - Taylor Polkey - "My Favorite Cat"

 

Poetry

1st Place - Angelina Sander - "My Family"

2nd Place - Iyanna Curole - "Halloween"

3rd Place- Jacob Breaux "The First Day of Duck Season"

Honorable Mention - Marilyn Brown - "Hey, Santa"

5th Grade

Fiction

1st Place - Addie Speyrer - "The Trouble with Alley Cats"

2nd Place - Grace Matherne - "Can You?"

3rd Place - Jennah Collins - "Rapunzel the Puppy"

Honorable Mention - Madison Johnson - "Halloween Dance"

 

Non- Fiction

1st Place - Grace Matherne - "How Hard Can It Be?"

2nd Place - Andrea Yangco - "Bengal Tigers"

3rd Place - Caeleb Olson - "My First Duck"

Honorable Mention - Kassidy Dunn - "Aunt Paula"

 

Poetry

1st Place - Kayden O’Toole - "Life!"

2nd Place - Brooke Sellers - "True Friendship"

3rd Place - John Zeringue - "The Scary Nightmare"

Honorable Mention - Michelle Folse - "Friends"




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