WSKG hosts local PBS KIDS Writers Contest
The 2015 PBS KIDS Writers Contest is now open for submissions. The contest is open to students in K-3rd grade. Download rules and entry forms here:
New Contest this year for 4-6th grade students. Download rules and entry form here:
Submissions must be postmarked by April 24, 2015 and mailed to:
PBS KIDS WRITERS CONTEST c/o WSKG Youth Focused Department
WSKG Public Media 601 Gates Road Vestal, New York 13850
Questions ? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The PBS KIDS Writers Contest is a contest designed to promote the advancement of children's reading skills through hands-on, active learning. The Contest encourages children in grades K-3 in communities across the country to celebrate the power of creating stories and illustrations by submitting their own original pieces. The Contest extends the powerful tradition and annual success of the national "Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators Contest."
Local judges reviewed the 2014 entries and we are pleased to announce the contest winners. All children who participated will be recognized with a certificate and prize via mail. Thank you to everyone who shared their creativity with us - congratulations on your hard work!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014 LOCAL WINNERS!
1st Place - "The Secret Alligator Key" by Inaaya Sethi, Binghamton, NY
2nd Place - "The 4 Mischievous Baby Lions" by Natalie Myers, Chittenango, NY
3rd Place - "The Sad Little Suculant" by Lillian Gasior, Binghamton, NY
1st Place - "The Penguin's Great Adventure" by Jacqueline Grantz, Ithaca, NY
2nd Place - "The Helping Wizard" by Rylan Everson, Conklin, NY
3rd Place - "The Nice Woodpecker" by August Seeger, Binghamton, NY
Honorable Mention - "Puppet Show Rock!" by Joey Mikels, Apalachin, NY
1st Place - "King Tut's Tomb Trip" by Keyahn Sethi, Binghamton, NY
2nd Place - "Picky Ricky" by Samuel Concepcion Velasquez, Ithaca, NY
3rd Place - "Two Lazy Animals" by Anna Kotaska, Ithaca, NY
Project support is also provided by Barnes & Noble of Vestal, NY, Starbucks at University Plaza, Price Chopper of Chenango Bridge, and RiverRead Books of Binghamton, NY.