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Six-Word Story Contest

Six-Word Story Contest

 

The Saugerties CSD holds a myriad of meanings for each of us – it’s a place where memories are made, friendships created, and dreams take flight. To capture the essence of these unique experiences, we are thrilled to announce the launch of our "Six-Word Story Contest" – an initiative aimed at celebrating the diverse tales that define our beloved District.

Tell Us Your Saugerties Story (in Just Six Words)

Whether you're a student, teacher, parent, grandparent, or a community enthusiast, we invite you to encapsulate your Saugerties Central School District experience in a concise and impactful six-word story, poem, or memoir. This is your opportunity to share the magic that makes the Saugerties CSD special to you. This isn't about just coming up with a clever sentence or a personal motto for example "Live life to the fullest everyday!". It should be six words that hint at a much larger, more intricate story. For example: "Looking for work, found a home!"

Why join the contest?

From all the entries received, our District will carefully select six stories to feature on our website and social media platforms throughout the upcoming school year. Your words will become a part of the vibrant tapestry that showcases the heart and soul of the Saugerties CSD.

Submission Deadline: April 2, 2024

We express our gratitude to everyone who participates. Your stories are the threads that weave the rich fabric of our school district's history, and we look forward to hearing from students, teachers, parents, and community members alike.

Thank you for being a vital part of the Saugerties Central School District family!

Six-Word Story Contest Form

Required

Namerequired
First Name
Last Name
Your affiliation to Saugerties CSDrequired
For Students: Which school do you attend?

Please type each of your six words into their own box below.

How to Participate

Fill out the form on this page!

Examples of Six-Word Stories:
  • Looking for work, found a home
  • Graduated! Missing my teacher, my friend.