Salisbury Press

Tuesday, August 21, 2018
PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDWestern Salisbury Elementary School students work with Salisbury High School students in a poetry workshop May 2. As part of the workshop, students hone their five senses to help them with imagery in their poems. ABOVE: Aaron Rhoomes peers into a viewer held by Salisbury High School student Molly Kiska as part of an exercise on the sense of sight. PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDWestern Salisbury Elementary School students work with Salisbury High School students in a poetry workshop May 2. As part of the workshop, students hone their five senses to help them with imagery in their poems. ABOVE: Aaron Rhoomes peers into a viewer held by Salisbury High School student Molly Kiska as part of an exercise on the sense of sight.
Kaitlyn Neuhs puts her hand in a box to describe what she feels while Nathan Rolls, a student at Salisbury High School, holds the box for her. Kaitlyn Neuhs puts her hand in a box to describe what she feels while Nathan Rolls, a student at Salisbury High School, holds the box for her.
Ella Mendolina and Shyann Liggit review a poem. Ella Mendolina and Shyann Liggit review a poem.
Nick Schüler and Sam Beckage work on their poetry. Nick Schüler and Sam Beckage work on their poetry.
Nathan Rolls, a Salisbury High School student talks to Hanin Suleiman, a student at Western Salisbury Elementary School, about the image she is drawing. Nathan Rolls, a Salisbury High School student talks to Hanin Suleiman, a student at Western Salisbury Elementary School, about the image she is drawing.
Students show their creativity during the poetry workshop at Western Salisbury Elementary School. Students show their creativity during the poetry workshop at Western Salisbury Elementary School.

WESTERN SALISBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Thursday, May 10, 2018 by The Press in School

Aspiring poets ‘workshop’ their craft