This decadently horrifying writing and art contests consists of the following tragic terms and agreements:
- Must be a short story
- No art work on your writing piece
- Cannot include the word “the“
- October 24th is the due date for the writing piece and the art contest
- Students can vote for which ever writing and art piece they like posted on the Library Contest bulletin board.
- Winners will be announced on October 27th!
For the art contest, the guidelines are:
- Must include a pumpkin and/or a clown face
- No inappropriate or ultra gorey imagery
- Must have color
- Same due date and winner announcement date as writing contest
The challenge for this month’s writing contest is to use Stonepark School as part of the setting. For the art challenge, you can submit any creative piece which includes Stonepark School somehow. Please, submit them, with your name and homeroom on it (you can just use a sticky note), to the library by the end of the day on March 22nd.
The theme for both our writing and art contests is Post-apocalyptic Christmas. What would the first Christmas be like after an apocalypse? You can submit to both contests, if you like. Make sure your name and homeroom are written on the piece somewhere. Entries due December 18th.
Original poem by Becca Smith, which took 1st place in the writing category.
Brandon MacKinnon shared 1st place for the art contest.
Ashton Dudley shared first place with Brandon MacKinnon
For our writing contest, this month, we are looking for original poetry, any theme. For the art contest we are taking in photo submissions of outside/nature, which you can send to Ms. Poirier (email@example.com). Entries must be submitted by May 24th.
The library monitors had a great day at the Confederation Centre Library on April, 6th. With the guidance of Beth Clinton, Regional Librarian for the PEI Public Library Service, we had a tour and helped out with some programming while we were there. Students were able to explore all the areas of the library, including the spooky basement, and take part in programming for toddlers and infants (who doesn’t want to play with babies and bubbles??), plus they helped get ready for the upcoming Comic-con, happening at the library on April 28th (click here for more info). It was an adventurous day full of learning!