Poems written by seven Brockport Hill School students were selected for publication in a national poetry collection by the American Library of Poetry.

Audrey Archer, Caleb Christiansen, Eileena Frey, Emma Hopsicker, Josh Sidebotham, Lillian LaShomb and Olivia Caleb wrote the winning poems in fourth grade last year, with assistance by teachers Natalie McCue, Julie Wilson and Melissa Norment.

The American Library of Poetry offers a free national poetry contest to students in grades 3 through 12, to which McCue submitted the poems.A panel of judges then reviewed the submissions and selected winners based on originality, creativity and artistic quality.

The winning poems will be published in Eloquence, 2015 Student Poetry Collection which will be released this fall.

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