Andover Townsman, Andover, MA

Arts/Entertainment

February 7, 2013

Planting the seed of creativity

Students' work highlighted through magazine

Creativity was taking root at Memorial Hall Library last Wednesday as more than 30 young artists shared their works, which have been published in the twice-yearly AppleSeed magazine.

AppleSeed is one of several Apple-themed magazines published by the Greater Lawrence Educational Collaborative’s Enrichment Partnership. The magazines publish the works of students in Andover, Lawrence, Methuen and Haverhill. Apple Seed is for elementary-school-age students.

Students are selected for their writing, artwork or photography. One High Plain Elementary student, David Grossman, had a musical score called “Midnight Moon” selected for the fall edition.

Andover Book Store is now distributing the magazines at no cost.

This was the 18th issue of AppleSeed. Works are submitted twice a year through the advisors of the participating elementary schools.

Andover students whose work was included in the fall edition of AppleSeed are:

BANCROFT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Pranav Abbott

Bradley Abel

Minh-Quan Bach

Leo Flaherty

Nolan Goldthwaite

Vivian Suzanne Long

Luca Pillidge

Ava Pratti

HIGH PLAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Emily Chen

Owen Chen

Braeden Cheverie

Daniel deMoor

Brooke Fleming

David Grossman

Aryaman Malliwal

Zaria Vuksan

Dake Zhang

HENRY C. SANBORN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Hannah Chen

Justin Gu

Ariel Kim

Anna Livingstone

Alana MacKay

Anton Pace

Meyer Rosen

Estelle Zhu

SOUTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Gianna Coppola

Olivia Lai

Christina Li

Katie MacDonald

Camille Miner

Tatum Nelson

Emily Qiu

Katherine Song

Jenny Yu

WEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Jillian Boyer

Helina Dicovitsky

Ranjini Iyengar

Avinaash Janarthanan

Noga Kojokaro

Katherine Morris

Danielle Silva

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