Vermont Foreign Language association

Lots in Translation Poetry event

"Poetry is what is lost in translation." ~ Robert Frost

We are looking forward to hosting our 2nd Annual Lost In Translation Poetry Contest on April 2022.

Please visit the contest website for contest rules, poems, and registration form. 

Congratulations to all the participants. It is inspiring listening to young bilingual poetry lovers. The awarded students of the Inaugural VFLA Lost in Translation poetry contest:


Grades 4-6:

1st place: Isabel P. 

2nd place: Tristan R.

Grand Isle Elementary

Grades 7-8:

1st place: Lily S. 

2nd place: Emilie B.  

Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School

3rd place: Esabella A. Frederick H. Tutttle Middle School

Grades 9-12:

1st place: Caitlin B.

Rice Memorial High School

2nd place: Amatista K-A. Peoples Academy

3rd place: Grace M. Rice Memorial High School

Native/Heritage Speaker:

4-8: Léonie F.

Main Street Middle School


1st place: Moorea L.

2nd place: Emilie B.

Rice Memorial High School


Grades 4-6:

1st place: Maria C.

2nd place: Avah L.

3rd place: Ethan O.

Dothan Brook School

Grades 7-8:

1st place: Niara W.

2nd place: Madeline O.

3rd place: Lumia B.

Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School

Native/Heritage Speaker, 4-8:

1st place: Hannah M.

Killington Elementary

Grades 9-12:

1st place: Taylor K.

Colchester High School

2nd place: Josh L.

Lake Region Union High School

3rd place: Adeline T.

Colchester High School

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