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APW Oswego County Reading Council Writing Contest Winners

The 23rd Annual Oswego County Reading Council Writing Contest recently announced their winners at a special awards ceremony held recently. Several students from the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown School District were among those recognized, including, front row, left to right: Kindergarten students Peyton Gabriel, Parish Elementary (3rd place); Wyatt Welytok, Parish Elementary (1st place) and Second grader Amelia Auringer, Parish Elementary, (2nd place). Pictured in back, left to right are: Fifth grader Hayden Bush, APW Middle School, (3rd place) and Valerie Wade, Kindergarten teacher at Parish Elementary School. Several other students from the APW District received honorable mention including Kindergarten: Megan Leeman, and Hailey Kennedy; 1st grade: Vincent Bresha; 2nd grade: Miranda Hamilton, Jordan Castor, Holly Meagher, and Alayna Ruffos; and 5th grade: Abby Mattison, and Lorraine Sampson. This year’s themes for the writing contest were “A special person in my life” and “The person I most admire is…”
The 23rd Annual Oswego County Reading Council Writing Contest recently announced their winners at a special awards ceremony held recently. Several students from the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown School District were among those recognized, including, front row, left to right: Kindergarten students Peyton Gabriel, Parish Elementary (3rd place); Wyatt Welytok, Parish Elementary (1st place) and Second grader Amelia Auringer, Parish Elementary, (2nd place). Pictured in back, left to right are: Fifth grader Hayden Bush, APW Middle School, (3rd place) and Valerie Wade, Kindergarten teacher at Parish Elementary School. Several other students from the APW District received honorable mention including Kindergarten: Megan Leeman, and Hailey Kennedy; 1st grade: Vincent Bresha; 2nd grade: Miranda Hamilton, Jordan Castor, Holly Meagher, and Alayna Ruffos; and 5th grade: Abby Mattison, and Lorraine Sampson. This year’s themes for the writing contest were “A special person in my life” and “The person I most admire is…”