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1st Annual Poetry Jam to feature Whaling City Jr./Sr. High School students during FREE livestream

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Free livestreaming Jam will showcase readings of original works by student poets, June 16.

The First Annual Poetry Jam 2021 titled “Voices of Whaling City”, will feature original works of students of Whaling City Jr./Sr. High School. The Poetry Jam will livestream free on Facebook, Wednesday, June 16 at 12:15 p.m. at: www.facebook.com/WhalingCity455

Students cordially invite the public to join them for the Poetry Jam as they read and perform their works, a year end project of their English Language Arts studies. The works are being published as a commemorative booklet and will be available for sale for $5 by contacting Whaling City: (508) 997-4511, ext. 38550. Proceeds to benefit Whaling City programs.

The program’s introduction explains the purpose behind the Jam’s creation. “We all have something to say. The Whaling City 2021 Poetry Jam is a project meant to unite us as students and bring us together, saying all those things we have to say. At the beginning, we chose a central theme – Growth – around which to build our words. We have collected a wide variety of works that all tie back into this theme, all from the great minds of our students. We hope you enjoy Voices of Whaling City as much as we enjoyed creating it and bringing these works to all of you.”

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Whaling City Jr./Sr. High School Mission Statement
Whaling City Jr./Sr. High School is committed to developing a community of life-long learners who are academically proficient, demonstrate strong character, exhibit self-confidence, self-respect, and respect for others. Students are supported in stretching their academic potential, building life skills, confidence, and establishing meaningful relationships in order to achieve their future goals.

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