Novels Donated to Loachapoka and Notasulga High Schools
Notasulga students prepare to read new novel
University Outreach has donated class sets of the novel, A Bird on Water Street, written by award-winning author Elizabeth Dulemba. Students will have a chance to meet and discuss the novel with Ms. Dulemba, a presenter at the 5th Annual Auburn Writers Conference, on Thursday, October 16. The Office of the Vice President of University Outreach is a co-sponsor of the Auburn Writers Conference, a program of the College of Liberal Arts’ Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities and Department of English. The conference offers instruction, practice, perspective, and community for both established and emerging writers.
Dr. Stacey Nickson, Director of K-12 Outreach at Auburn University, presented Notasulga High School teacher Kielyanne Portesi with a classroom set of the novel A Bird on Water Street, written by award-winning author Elizabeth Dulemba.
Loachapoka students in the 7th grade English class, Lee County Schools personnel and K-12 Outreach leadership celebrate arrival of class set of novels. Pictured-District and university representatives (l-r) Tangere Davis (teacher), Dr. Stacey Nickson, Dr. Stan Cox (assistant superintendent), Marcus Fuller (assistant superintendent) and Larry Saulsberry (assistant principal). Not pictured, principal Zelda Kitt
Last Updated: September 29, 2014