Teachers are to send one registration form for their students via email to Paavo Husen by October 12 at: His actions have been examples of civic responsibility, patriotism, and historic complexity over time and remain relevant in national dialogue today.
Immigration History Award Sponsored by the Lombardo Family, this prize is given in recognition of demonstrated excellence in the study of Immigration history.
Each English teacher can only submit one junior and one senior essay. One of the ways they do this is with their Annual Scholarship Contest. The Chronicling America web site provides free access to over 10 million pages of select digitized historic newspapers published between and Sources must include published book sources, and the essays are judged on historical accuracy, clarity of thought, organization, grammar, and documentation.
On the contest date you select for your school, students are to meet in an appropriate place to write their essays. Sponsors are not responsible for damage of artwork. Teachers with questions about the essay contest should contact one of the Contest chairs: They believe that questions about peace, justice, freedom, and security are vital to civic education.
Three-dimensional media may not exceed 24 inches in height, width, or depth. The prize is awarded to an outstanding student project in both the Junior and Senior divisions that documents and analyzes the African-American experience.
More information about the essay contest can be found on the Ayn Rand Institute Website. In addition to outstanding historical interpretation, we award special consideration to projects that seek innovative and compelling ways to tell the story of George Washington so that his timeless and relevant life are accessible to the world.
Advanced students with no regular classroom textbook may consult a dictionary for looking up occasional single vocabulary words. We the Living Essay Contest - This program is no longer being offered.
Chronicling America currently has digitized newspapers from 39 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, with new content added regularly, including newspapers published in foreign languages starting with Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
C, 1E, 1G, 3. Judging of Essays Essays will be distributed to a panel of judges for evaluation. Digital entries are encouraged. No Awards will be assigned to essays of less than five comprehensible Russian sentences or to essays with inappropriate content.
Latino-American History Prize Sponsored by the National Park Service, this prize is given in recognition of demonstrated excellence in the study of Latino-American history. Trophies, ribbons, and gift certificates will be presented March 24, at 2: Photocopies should be retained until students have been informed of the results of the contest.
Originals will not be returned. Learn about this year's theme Contest Winners At the National Contest, first, second, and third place awards are presented to the top entries in each category and division.
Class notes are not allowed. See the Penguin Books Website for more details about how the essays must be submitted. Art Guidelines A label with the following infomation must be securely affixed to the lower back corner of each art entry, so it is out of view of judges: There are no contents that meet the filtering criteria.
Based on the annual theme, student work is recognized with an art show and display of essays, plus an awards ceremony. To enter you must write to words about the current year's theme. Lee Allen History of Baseball Award Sponsored by the Society for American Baseball Research, an association of over 6, individuals who enjoy reading, writing, talking, and learning about all aspects of baseball.
There are three collegiate scholarships awarded at the National History Day Contest. Include in the essay any inspiration to be derived from the leadership of George Washington in his famous crossing of the Delaware.
The fourth grade Art and Essay Contest celebrates Black History Month while encouraging students' creativity through essay writing and creating original artwork. Based on the annual theme, student work is recognized with an art show and display of essays, plus an awards ceremony.
The National WWII Museum is pleased to announce High School Essay Contest and Middle School Essay Contest. To commemorate the life, courage and achievements of Elie Wiesel, the National WWII Museum is asking middle and high school students to respond to a quote by Wiesel about his life and legacy.
Established more than thirty five years ago, the ACTR National Russian Essay Contest (NREC) provides high school and middle school students the opportunity to demonstrate their writing proficiency in Russian. Student Essay Contest.
In celebration of its newest special exhibit, So Ready For Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope, The National WWII Museum is focusing its student essay contest on what the duty of art and. The Society of Professional Journalists wants to increase high school students' knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives.
National winners of this essay contest receive scholarship awards. Established more than thirty five years ago, the ACTR National Russian Essay Contest (NREC) provides high school and middle school students the opportunity .National essay contests