15 Randall School students to be published in 2015-16 Southern Lakes Anthology

/Contributed photo

/Contributed photo

Fifteen Randall School students will be published in the 2015-16 Southern Lakes Anthology.

The theme this year was Anthing But Ordinary. Students, grades 4 through 8 were eligible to submit works in any of the 5 genres: Prose, Poetry, Illustrated Writing, Cartoon, or Art. Over 100 pieces were selected at Randall and judged during round 1, held at the school level.

The students to published are: Olivia Cieslak, Lucas Mangold, Maya Gagliardi, Patience Klein, McKinley Boyle, Carley Brown, Madison Stickler, Kiley Wharton, Grace Massarelli, Madison Toro, Claire Vozel, Alicia White, Jordan Roszko, Kenzi Ketterhagen and Elliana Zerr.

Each school is allowed to submit 24 pieces to the next level, to be considered for publication in the book. Each of these selected pieces were judged by outside judges from area schools (coordinated by the Southern Lakes Advanced Learners Network). From the 24 entries submitted, 15 will be published in this year’s book.

Each year, one piece of art is selected to be the book’s cover. The piece selected is chosen by all the area Gifted and Talented Coordinators as: artistically appealing, fitting the theme for the year, and exemplary art for the artist’s age. This year, Randall’s Grace Massarelli’s art titled: “Women Are Extraordinary” was selected for the front cover. Grace is a 6th grader at Randall.

These 15 students from Randall will be recognized at a reception at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on May 25, 2016.

Grace Massarelli's art titled "Women Are Extraordinary" was selected for the front cover. /Contributed photo

Grace Massarelli’s art titled “Women Are Extraordinary” was selected for the front cover. /Contributed photo


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