St. Anne's School of Annapolis

Students Named State Finalists


We are delighted to share with you three St. Anne's School students that have been named as state finalists in the 2016 Maryland Letters About Literature contest. The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress sponsors this contest, receiving an impressive 42,000 submissions from across the country this year. These essays were selected from among 1,854 entries submitted to the Maryland Center for the Book, in Maryland. 

St. Anne’s School of Annapolis is proud to have these finalists representing our school this year:

Sarah, Sixth Grade – Paper Towns  (Ms. Kristen Lutjen, teacher)
Daia, Seventh Grade – Ways to Live Forever  (Mr. Sean Johnson, teacher)
Noah, Eighth Grade – Holes (Ms. Kristen Lutjen, teacher)

State judging is happening right now. There will be one winner and one runner up for each level of the competition. The state winner for each level will be asked to read their letters at next month’s awards ceremony. The 2016 state winners advance to the national level of the competition and will be notified in early April. Great job students!




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