The Literature ContestMay 17th, 2013 | By office | Category: News
“Letters About Literature” is a reading and writing program administered in the Commonwealth by the Massachusetts Center for the Book and nationally by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress.
The program asks students to write letters to authors whose work has made a significant difference in their lives.
Alhuda Academy students, in grades 4-8, participated this year and won awards. Over 3000 students participated in the state of Massachusetts. The finalists, who comprised the top 2% were honored at the State House.
Congratulations to our winners:
Finalist: Grade 6: Muhammad Farrag
Semi-Finalists: Grade 4: Maroua Rahaoui , and Grade 8: Safa Jawad and Ruqayah Mohammed.