Two Students Advance After Calhoun Poetry Contest

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Two Calhoun High Scholl students will advance after competing in school’s Poetry Out Loud competition, held on Dec. 13.

The top two winners were freshman Lisa Jose, who recited “Famous” and earned first place, and junior Zachary Neiger, who recited “Jabberwocky” and earned second place.

Jose and Neiger have qualified to move on to the regional competition on Feb. 3, 2017 at Nassau Community College.
“We know they will represent Calhoun well,” said Kim Serpe, district English chairperson.