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2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Essay and Poetry Contest winners
January 21, 2014, 05:00 AM

Tom Jung/Daily Journal
Aragon High School student Andrew Grant read his poem during the 29th national holiday celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Saturday, Jan. 18 at the King Center in San Mateo. Grant’s poem, a tribute to Dr. King’s dream, placed first in the 12th-grade category.

Sunnybrae Elementary School student Alexander Acosta smiles at the applause for his poem which placed first in the grade 1 category.

Grade 1, essay

First place, Logan Ortiz; second place, Sarah Thomas

Grade 1, poetry

First place, Alexaner Acosta; second place, Khaliah White; third place, Juan Torres

Grade 2, essay

First place, Sofia Ruiz; second place, Sanjna Banerjee; third place, Arden Acosta

Grade 2, poetry

First place, Daniel Morgan and Lola Unga; second place, Gaelle Djinqueuzian; third place, Kevin Estrada

Grade 3, essay (A-F)

First place, Anna Daveggio; second place, Madeline Cummins; third place, Joanna Barrameda

Grade 3, essay (G-N)

First place, Rohaan Mohwala; second place, Katie Maupin; third place, Alexandra Gorman

Grade 3, essay (O-Z)

First place, Maya Sanchez; second place, Sharon Orellana; third place, Emiko Phillips

Grade 3, poetry

First place, Sophia Park; second place, Kiera Aldridge; third place, Sofia Carcamo

Grade 4, essay

First place, Alexis Curry; second place, Conrad Marilla; third place, Lauren Fujii

Grade 4, poetry

First place, Jeramil Solorio; second place, Caden Mallory; Pascal Nguyenn

Grade 5, essay

First place, Emma Aguada and Jenaly Carreno; second place, Maya Siegel; third place, Soana Leanea

Grade 5, poetry

First place, Alan Lumos; second place Dora Kocs-Meyers; third place, Brett Tsamasfuros

Grade 6, essay

First place, Asante Spencer; second place, Ikjot Dhillon

Grade 6, poetry

First place, Shawn Cotton Jr.; second place, Michael McVey; third place, Magdalena Humphrey

Grade 7, essay

First place, Amy Zhang; second place, Ross Klein; third place, Moriah Shih

Grade 7, poetry

First place, Shatoparba Banerjee; second place, Jocelyn Lee; third place, Alyce Thornhill

Grade 8, essay

First place, Elliot Biagini

Grade 8, poetry

First place, Eliana Grant; second place, Michael Wang; third place, Marlena McVey

Grade 9, poetry

First place, Julia Rathmann-Bloch

Grade 10, essay

First place, Isseah Gutierrez

Grade 10, poetry

First place, Raymond Owens

Grade 11, poetry

First place, Adesia Cotton; second place, David Rathmann-Bloch

Grade 12, poetry

First place, Andrew Grant

 

 

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