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Congratulations to All WETA Kids Writers!

 Writers Contest 2014

This year, WETA Kids encouraged K-3rd grade children in DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia to make their own “books” and enter the 2014 PBS KIDS Writers Contest. Thank you to all who submitted contest entries to WETA Kids. We were thrilled to see how many creative young people entered and we celebrate your efforts. Please keep writing and illustrating!


We are delighted to congratulate our local, WETA Kids prize winners for this year.  To see the winning stories, click on the names below.




First Place  

WC Kindergarten Winner

Advik R.


Second Place  

WC Kindergarten 2nd Place

Hana S.


Third Place  

WC Kindergarten 3rd Place

PoojyaKrushna A.


Honorable Mention

WC Kindergarten Honorable Mention2

Cristobal B. 



First Grade:


First Place       

WC 1st Grade Winner

Amanda M.


Second Place        

WC 1st Grade 2nd Place

Morielle S.


Third Place      

WC 1st Grade 3rd Place

Kayla S.


Honorable Mention    

WC 1st Grade Honorable Mention

Sofie Marie F.



Second Grade:


First Place        

WC 2nd Grade Winner

Cindy R.


Second Place      

WC 2nd Grade 2nd Place

Chloe R.


Third Place        

WC 2nd Grade 3rd Place

Arabella B.


Honorable Mention    

WC 2nd Grade Honorable Mention

Kate A.



Third Grade:


First Place        

WC 3rd Grade Winner

Matthew L.


Second Place        

WC 3rd Grade 2nd Place

Abhiram K.


Third Place        

WC 3rd Grade 3rd Place

Kyrsti T. 


Honorable Mention    

WC 3rd Grade Honorable Mention

Ellen P.



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