Wayne Valley Represents at Poetry Out Loud
March 3, 2017
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Each year, Wayne Valley students participate in Poetry Out Loud. Poetry Out Loud is a recitation contest. It was created in 2006 by the National Endowment for the Arts and The Poetry Foundation.
Our students prepared recitations and held individual contests in their classrooms. The winners moved onto a school wide contest. During that contest, senior Michael Stiles was named the winner of the entire school. He went onto the regional recitation contest on February 23rd. English teacher Mrs. Solomon accompanied him to show our school’s support. She states, “I have just returned from a wonderful day at the Poetry Out Loud regional recitation contest. Our student Michael Stile (12) represented Wayne Valley High School and Passaic County with grace, form and intelligence.”