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Summit High School junior chosen to represent school in state poetry competition

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct the spelling of Isabelle Tarrant’s name as well as the grade of the two students.

Summit High School junior Isabelle Tarrant was chosen to represent the school at Colorado’s Poetry Out Loud competition.

The competition, which has students share poetry, will be held virtually March 13. The winner will go on to represent Colorado in the National Poetry Out Loud Recitation Finals in April.



The state competition will be livestreamed on YouTube. People also will be able to watch Tarrant perform when the competition airs at 7 p.m. March 18 on PBS12.

Tarrant’s classmate junior Sophia Schupp was chosen as the runner-up to represent the school in the competition.




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