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Lamoille North Supervisory Union is publishing its 27th edition of Fine Print, a creative writing magazine of student work. This is the only K-6 literary magazine of its kind in the state of Vermont. Selections were written by students in the schools of Cambridge, Eden, Hyde Park, Johnson, and Waterville. Students and teachers submitted writing from their classes for consideration and each piece was read by at least two volunteers. Choices were made on the merit of the writing, but care was also taken to represent all the schools in the district. Many people helped us publish this celebration of our children’s writing. Special thanks in Cambridge go to Allyson Spanier, school contact; Shasta McCorry, reading juror; and Kathy Quimby Johnson, who proofread the work with her Champlain College students. We will send a copy home to each family in our school community.
Cambridge students will be reading their pieces in the school gymnasium at 1:15 on Tuesday May 30th. Parents and family members are invited to attend. Cambridge authors accepted for publication this year are Oliver Longe, Quinn Moore, Sayla Rowe, Olyla Quiles, Emma Davitt, Althea Veve, Monroe Fisher, Audrey Morris , Harper Fisher, Bodhi Spanier, Claire Phillips, Kamaria Morris, Charlee Kirk, Oliver Foster, Jacob Lockwood, Alexandra Bredice, Richard Gallup, Kai Waldman, Eros Deslaurier, Elliott Ziegerhofer, Ada Moore, Augustus Hoak, Marie Center, Chloe Guyette, Jai Parikh, Savannah Knight, Tristan St. Cyr, Addison Spanier, Michael Center, Chase DesRoches, Erica Laxer, Irian Adii and Max Gwozdz. Additionally, Addison Spanier and Savannah Knight’s artwork will be featured on the front and back covers!
There will be a district celebration and reading at the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center on the Lamoille Union High School campus on Thursday, May 25th at 6:00 pm. All are invited. Thanks to the many students and staff who participated this year. Feel free to contact Ellen Koier at school if you have any questions.