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    Thursday After-School Sessions (2:30p.m. Kenmore East Library/Kenmore West Library):
    Thursday, April 12
    Thursday, May 10
    Thursday, June 7
    Open to all high school students

    Saturday Writing Workshops (10 a.m. Kenmore Middle Building Room 105):
    Saturday, April 21
    Saturday, May 19
    Open to all middle and high school students
    Click here for more information and a list of topics: Writing Center Saturday Workshop Information

     

    All middle and high school students are invited to take part in the After-School Writing Center to improve their writing, get feedback, and grow as a writer!

    Free sessions are offered on scheduled Thursdays beginning at 2:30 p.m. in the Kenmore East Library and the Kenmore West Library for high school students, and on scheduled Saturdays beginning at 10 a.m. at the Kenmore Middle School Building, located at 155 Delaware Road in Kenmore, in Room 105 for all middle and high school students. Sessions are approximately 45 minutes long. Students need not make appointments and may come for all or part of the session.

    Thursday sessions will begin at 2:30 p.m. in the Kenmore East and Kenmore West libraries on the following dates:

    • Thursday, April 12
    • Thursday, May 10
    • Thursday, June 7

    Saturday sessions will begin at 10 a.m. at the Kenmore Middle School Building, located at 155 Delaware Road in Kenmore, in Room 105, on the following dates:

    • Saturday, April 21
    • Saturday, May 19

    Saturday sessions each focus on a specific topic followed by time for one-on-one conferences. More information and a list of topics can be found here: Writing Center Saturday Workshop Information

    The After-School Writing Center is led by Dr. Tom Reigstad, a Ken-Ton School District Board of Education Trustee and an Emeritus Professor of English as SUNY Buffalo State, and Dr. Rita Pollard, Adjunct Professor of English at Niagara University. Dr. Reigstad and Dr. Pollard both earned their doctoral degrees in composition and rhetoric at the University of Buffalo, taught English at the secondary level and in higher education, and have served as directors of college tutorial writing centers.