Category Archives: Poetry in the Schools

Poetry Friday: Spring & Fountain News!

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Right now, the Dodge Poetry Program is gearing up for its spring program Clearing the Spring, Tending the Fountain, for teachers of all grade levels and subject areas who live or work in New Jersey. With the guidance of a Dodge Poet, teachers … Continue reading

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The Close of a Busy School Year

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Spotswood High School Students with Dodge Poet Emari DiGiorgio. Photo Credit: Lauren Rutten Students from North Star Academy in Newark listen to a reading. Photo Credit: Lauren Rutten This spring was a flurry of activity for the Dodge Poetry Program.  … Continue reading

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The 2014 Common Gathering Recap

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On May 3rd, teachers from all over New Jersey who had participated in our Spring & Fountain program came together at Princeton Day School for the Common Gathering. It was a beautiful day full of poetry, with many great conversations … Continue reading

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Common Gathering Featured Poet: Henri Cole

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Tomorrow, participants from all Spring & Fountain sessions will join Dodge Poets in Princeton for a day-long celebration of poetry that will feature readings, writing opportunities and discussions on a variety of topics on poetry and its place in our … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Thank You to Our Spring & Fountain Hosts

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As our Clearing the Spring, Tending the Fountain sessions draw to a close, we want to recognize the contribution of our site hosts. These are the individuals and organizations who provide the welcoming spaces all over New Jersey where we … Continue reading

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Poems from the Spring & Fountain Leaders’ Meeting

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Each year, before Spring & Fountain, our poetry program for teachers, begins we meet with all of the Dodge Poets who will lead sessions around the state. We all come together to discuss the program, and we actually take part … Continue reading

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What Does That Groundhog Know, Anyway?

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In the depths of winter, it’s really nice to have something to look forward to. Punxsutawney Phil may have seen his shadow on Sunday, predicting more winter, but don’t let old Phil get you down. Why not plan some poetry … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Fall Semester News

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Dodge Poetry wishes the best to all of the teachers and students who went back to school this week, or will be going back next week. Here are a few resources and ideas for teachers as you start the new … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Giving Voice Poems

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Each year at the Common Gathering, the culminating event of our Spring & Fountain program, we provide attendees with the Giving Voice packet, made especially for that year. The packet is full of poems which lend themselves to being read … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Thank You to Our High Schools!

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As the spring draws to a close, we want to thank the teachers and faculty who are instrumental in making our High School programs a success. These teachers do a great deal of legwork so that their students have the … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: The Hurricane Sandy Poetry Initiative Update

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The Hurricane Sandy Poetry Initiative was created to bring the healing power of poetry to students and teachers affected by the storm.  In January we met with teachers who applied on behalf of their schools.  Their stories are incredibly sad—lost … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Spring & Fountain

Posted on by Michele Russo, Poetry Coordinator

The sessions have killed my fear of poetry! –Teresa Dwyer, West Milford High School, West Milford Trepidation, anxiety, a tight feeling in your chest… Cold sweats, nail biting, excessive “ummm”ing… Pacing, bellyaches… It’s either a blind date, or it’s poetry. … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy Poetry Initiative

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blessing the boats may the tide that is entering even now the lip of our understanding carry you out beyond the face of fear Lucille Clifton In the 2012-2013 school year, the Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program is directing … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: What do you mean by “giving voice”?

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Lately you may have heard us referring to Giving Voice, a series of poetry exploration groups and part of our Clearing the Spring, Tending the Fountain program for New Jersey teachers. But “giving voice” is also an overarching theme of … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: The Common Gathering

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Last Saturday, over 100 teachers from all over New Jersey came together at Princeton Day School for the culminating event of our poetry exploration sessions series, Giving Voice. The day is unlike any other professional development for teachers; it is … Continue reading

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