Shorecrest student wins Spanish language award for poetry

Monday, April 28, 2014

Christopher Potter
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Shorecrest High School student Christopher Potter has won first prize in the category Poetry, Speakers of Other Languages, in the 16th edition of the School Contest "Escribo en espaƱol.”

Christopher will be honored at an awards ceremony on May 3 at the Seattle Art Museum. At the ceremony, the winners will be greeted by dignitaries from the Legislature, OSPI, the University of Washington and the Office of the Honorary Consul of Spain in Seattle.

Siri Hulbert is Christopher’s Spanish teacher at Shorecrest.


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