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Handwriting excellence

Out of a national pool of more than 300,000 entries, nine students from across the country emerged for their handwriting excellence, representing both private and public schools.

Local third-grader Anna Grace Likes, of Kirk Day School, won the prestigious Grand National honor for her grade and was awarded a trophy and a $1,000 check from Zaner-Bloser, the sponsor of the annual handwriting competition.

Winners are selected according to the Zaner-Bloser Keys to Legibility, which analyze size, shape, spacing and slant.

“We feel it is very important that our students are taught handwriting and are able do it well, so we couldn’t be any more excited for Anna Grace, and are so proud of this accomplishment,” said Sue Pitzer, Head of Kirk Day School.


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