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Category: Nathan Hale High School

“Homeland,” by Daniel Flores

Homeland My family is from Nicaragua. Where the lush grass is green, and the exotic trees are like something from a Dr. Seuss book. The most interesting person in my family to me is my grandma, her accent is firm, sturdy. She holds her accent like a battle-axe ready at any time to go off […]

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“Poem for Elaine,” by Doug Sylver

When we receive submissions for the Elaine¬†Wetterauer Writing Contest,¬†each year we are reminded of the wisdom, heart, and love of language that Elaine continues to inspire in youth today. The Language Arts Department Chair at Nathan Hale High School, Elaine Wetterauer was a warm and passionate educator who impacted the lives of thousands of students, […]

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