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Winners announced for the first Project Publish Club awards at First Flight Middle School

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In a year when students, families and teachers have fought to stay connected and passionate about school, middle school English teacher Kimberly Cherington found a way to creatively inspire engagement.

Cherington launched the Project Publish Club at First Flight Middle School with funding from the Dare Education Foundation, guiding seventh and eighth graders in writing short stories and novels and the opportunity to compete to have their finished pieces published.

Students were encouraged to take risks and collaborate in their writing processes through individual

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