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Students Express Themselves Through Writing

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Writing Club is starting up. Students interested in joining should contact freshman Felix Cooper or Instructor Emily Dietz.

Writing Club is starting up. Students interested in joining should contact freshman Felix Cooper or Instructor Emily Dietz.

Writing Club is starting up. Students interested in joining should contact freshman Felix Cooper or Instructor Emily Dietz.

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Writing Club is starting up for students who want to write stories, poems and essays. The group meets after school in instructor Emily Dietz’s Room. All students can come and are allowed to join.

Writing Club is something that has been talked about for a couple of years now,” said Dietz. “This year was the first time that there was enthusiastic student interest. Freshman Felix Cooper deserves a lot of the credit for getting students interested and signed up.”

“Meetings will include discussions between students about their pieces of writing,” said Cooper. “We’ll also have prompts for people to write about and also set some time for people to work on their own writings.”

Writing Club will also be publishing a literary magazine that will include students’ works.

“The magazine, which has yet to be named, will be a place for all students in Glenwood High School to submit their works,” said Dietz. “We will be taking submissions of poetry, short stories and original artwork.  We want to make the magazine a place where students can show their work. The plan is to publish the magazine once a semester and maybe move to once a quarter if we get enough submissions.”

Students interested in joining writing can contact Cooper at [email protected]enwoodschools.org or Dietz at [email protected].

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  1. Mary Pat King on March 29th, 2018 10:30 am

    I was super excited to read your article and learn about this club for writing. I am co teaching writing in the 5th grade and would be happy to encourage my students to think about joining this club when they get to high school. Thanks!
    Mrs. King

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