Metro RESA YGA Winners

Six DCSS Students Among Top Young Georgia Authors in Metro Atlanta
Posted on 03/28/2024
Six Douglas County School System students are among the top Young Georgia Authors in the metro Atlanta region.

The Metro Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) this week announced its winners in the Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition.

Three DCSS students won their respective grade-levels in the prestigious competition and will now advance to the state-level competition. Those students are:

Miracle C. Chandler: 1st Grade, Dorsett Shoals Elementary School, The Princess and Her Long Hair

Yahminisakti Chandrasekaran: 9th Grade, Alexander High School, The Journalist

Chrystal Alexander-Rudolph: 12th Grade, New Manchester High School, A Letter to My Mother

Three other DCSS students placed in the top three in the Metro RESA competition including:

Second Place Winners

Madeline Pryor: 3rd Grade, South Douglas Elementary School, The Naughty Disco Monster

Madison Murphy: 8th Grade, Chapel Hill Middle School, Mixed

Third Place Winner

Caylie Brennan: 11th Grade, Alexander High School, My Sun

“I could not be more excited for the students of Douglas County whose exemplary writing pieces were recognized as some of the best among 12 other Metro districts!” said DCSS Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Chelsie Goodman. “With winners spanning across elementary and high school, it's clear that great things continue to happen in our classrooms.”
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