Last updated April 10, 2013
More ApplePi: To find more ApplePi pages, go to "Enrichment" in the above horizontal navigation bar, find "ApplePi " in the drop down menu, and click on one of the side menus.
Click here to view the ApplePi 2013 in Color. No last names.
Accepting Submissions from ADVISORS*
|2012-13||September 10, 2012 - January 4, 2013||March 1||
April 9, 2013
7:00 - 8:00 pm
|Lawrence Heritage State Park Visitors Center|
|*Note: Individual school deadlines are earlier than advisor deadlines. Check with school advisor for details.|
How to submit to ApplePi
Students who want to submit to ApplePi need to attach a 2012-2013 GLEC submission form to their piece. These are available from the advisor at your school or you can download a new submission form ApplePi 2012-13 Submission Form as a PDF -posted 6/5/12
ApplePi 2013 Launch at Lawrence Heritage State Park
ApplePi Spring 2012 Launch at Lawrence Heritage State Park
In May, 2009 GLEC Multicultural Enrichment launched the first issue of ApplePi, our regional high school magazine, with a reading and reception at Lawrence High School. Students, friends, relatives and teachers came together to meet and hear the contributors recite and speak about their works. Students from six GLEC high schools contributed prose, poetry, music, photography and artwork to this 24-page issue. For more information, go to the horizontal menu and find Enrichment to find the four web pages for ApplePi. And look for notices on how to submit to ApplePi at your high school. ApplePi is produced and edited by students from the participating high schools who meet at the GLEC office in Methuen on Wednesday afternoons to produce GLEC three magazines: AppleSeed (grades 3-5), AppleSauce (grades 6-8) and ApplePi (high school). Read the Eagle Tribune newspaper article on ApplePi (PDF).
Wanted: High school students, especially sophomores, from LHS, GLTS, AHS & MHS, who are interested in working on the GLEC magazine staff as assistant editors for GLEC’s three “Apple” magazines. Meetings are in Methuen at the GLEC Office on Wednesday afternoons from 3 - 5 p.m. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and be part of a program that publishes more than 600 students a year. Contact Ms. Hollenbeck or read more details. (PDF)
AHS senior honored with GLEC Journalism AwardCaera Donovan, AHS ’13, receives the GLEC Journalism Award from Ms. Hollenbeck
Ceara Donovan class of 2013 - Andover High School, was presented with the 2012 GLEC Journalism Award. Caera served on the staff of ApplePi, AppleSeed, and AppleSauce since her sophomore year, helping to produce twelve issues of the Apple magazines. The award was presented at the launch night of the 26th edition of AppleSauce on June 13 at Doherty Middle School in Andover. Congratulations, Ceara!
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