RHS & Main Street Ravenna Winter Writing Contest

Apr 14, 2021

 

Main Street Ravenna recently hosted a winter writing contest with over 200 entries from the Ravenna School District.  Three winners were chosen from each grade level.  The Ravenna high School award ceremony took place on Wednesday, April 7.  Julie McClain from Main Street Ravenna, Mike Tontimonia, Board of Education Member, and Dennis Honkala, Superintendent of Schools presented the awards and congratulated the winning students.

High School Winners:

 9th Grade –
1st:  Ryan Hall
2nd: Madeline Fedor
3rd:  Angelina Pantalone

 10th Grade –
1st: Tara Ransom
2nd:  Kyla Carney
3rd:  Emma McHenry 

 11th Grade –
1st:  Olivia Loucks
2nd:  Will Rambler
3rd:  Amanda Davis 

12th Grade –
1st:  Joitashe Miller
2nd: Autumn Steere
3rd:  Skylar Parsons

Each winner received the following:

Certificate of participation
A Main Street Ravenna Writing Journal
A FREE ice cream cone certificate from Dairy Queen
Published in the next volume of “Writing Around Ravenna”   Volume 2 

The first-place winners also received the above items AND $50 cash thanks to generous sponsors! 

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