Bayside Academy students win creative writing contest

Staff Report
Posted 1/6/23

Daphne — This quarter, Bayside Academy students were given the opportunity to compete in the annual creative writing contest hosted by Alabama Independent Schools Association (AISA).The prompt …

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Bayside Academy students win creative writing contest

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Daphne — This quarter, Bayside Academy students were given the opportunity to compete in the annual creative writing contest hosted by Alabama Independent Schools Association (AISA).

The prompt invited students to imagine opening their own restaurant and asked that they describe it vividly, including details about its menu, location, and vibe.

School-level winners include "Kindness Cafe" in the grades 3–5 division written by 5th grader Andrew Ray, "A La Mars" in the grades 9–10 division written by 9th grader Kay Knoth, and "Pronto!" in the grades 11–12 division written by 11th grader Isabelle Rutland.

These students will now move to the state level of competition.

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