City of Houston Public Service Recognition Week Scholarship Essay Contest. Application Deadline: Amount: 2, 000 The City of Houston invites Houston area high school seniors at both public and private schools to participate in the annual Public Service Recognition Week Essay Contest. American History Essay Contest. The American History Essay Contest was established to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation's great history and learn about history in a new light.
This contest is open to students in public, private, and parochial schools, and registered homestudy programs. Submissions are open for the 2017 International Education Week (IEW) Essay Contest. Enter your essay for a chance to win a 50 Amazon gift card. Carlisle Area School District District News Current News Juneteenth 2018 Essay Contest Winners Juneteenth 2018 Essay Contest Winners Click each link below to read the winning essays from the 2018 Juneteenth Essay Contest.
American Education Week, November 13 to 17, 2017, highlights the importance of bringing together educators, school, staff, parents, students and communities in an effort to build great schools. American Education Essay Contest. Every year in celebration of American Education Week the Carlisle Area School District sponsors an essay contest for students in Three Charlotte Amalie High School (CAHS) students were the top winners in an essay contest that asked students to explore the role social media plays in todays educational system.
The National Youth Essay Contest is held annually by the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Inc. Epsilon Zeta Chapter during American Education Week in November. International Education Week November 12 16, 2012 Submission deadline: Thursday, November 8 at 5: 00 PM. Two categories 1) International and American UNDERGRADUATE and ESL students International and American undergraduate and ESL students are encouraged to enter a personal essay on your experience living and Students in grades 412 could win up to 300.
Essay prompts Grades 912: The Framers of the Constitution created a system of government with three distinct and independent branches the legislative (Congress), the executive (the President and all of his cabinets and departments), and the judicial (the courts).
To be entered for a chance to win 500, you must submit your contact information online using the form to the right or by mailing the entry form to Missouri NEA, Attn: Teacher Words Matter, 1810 E Elm Street, Jefferson City, MO.