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Winning Entries

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Flash Contest Winners

"With One Voice" 2003 National Student Poetry Contest
(Original Submission Deadline of June 19, 2003) - Winners Announced October 20th, 2003

Click here to read the poems by the Division Winners (1st and 2nd place)

Division I
(grades 4-5)

Dalton McCallum
Megan M. Murphy - Runner Up

Division II
(grades 6-7)

Robin Silevitch
Hannah Herbert - Runner Up

Division III
(grades 8-9)

Marian Williams
    Melanie Richards - Runner Up

Division IV
(grades 10-12)

Jessica Tina Chang
Joseph Allocco - Runner Up

Editor's Choice Award and Grand Prize Winner
Marian Williams for poem entitled, "Blind"

"School's Out Shopping Spree" Winner
Hannah Laura Dixon

"Video Entertainment Package" Winner
Excell Hazzard

The "With One Voice" Spirit of Education Award Winner
Gibson Middle School of Las Vegas, Nevada

"Echoes of Youth" 2003 National Student Poetry Contest
(Original Submission Deadline of February 17, 2003)

Click here to read the poems by the Division Winners (1st and 2nd place)

Division I
(grades 4-5)

Jacob Irby
Virginia Giroir - Runner Up

Division II
(grades 6-7)

Andrew Rowell
Anna Nathanson - Runner Up

Division III
(grades 8-9)

Helen Zhang
    Jennifer Cervella - Runner Up

Division IV
(grades 10-12)

Teresa Sheehan   
Claire VanderWoude - Runner Up

Editor's Choice Award and Grand Prize Winner
Teresa Sheehan for poem entitled "Stale Bread"

The "School's Out Shopping Spree" Winner
Eleanor Deumens

The "Video Entertainment Package" Winner
Derek Pyshny

The "Echoes of Youth" Spirit of Education Award Winner
Gaffney Middle School of Gaffney, South Carolina

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