Cursive Writing Contest

Cursive Writing Contest for 3rd and 4th Graders
Posted on 02/23/2018
Cursive Writing Contest 2018Cursive Writing Contest for 3rd and 4th Graders in the Rome City School District

To write a persuasive essay describing what you like
about Rome. This is to be written in cursive*

One 81/2 x 11 ruled paper. No less than 50 words. Students
should write their first name and last name initial; teachers
name; and school they attend on their entry.

First, second, third place and honorable mention
prizes will be awarded to third and fourth grade
students from each of the seven elementary schools.
$60 prize money to 14 students – 1st place
$30 prize money to 14 students – 2nd place
$15 prize money to 14 students – 3rd place
$5 prize money to 7 students – Honorable mention.

Stephen B. Waters, President/Publisher of the
Rome Sentinel

Prizes Donated By:

Patricia Riedel, Former Rome Board of Education President;
Mary Davis, Former Rome Board of Education Member;
and Ann Meisenhelder, Community Contributor; and Parent/
Teacher Groups from each elementary school.

Winners Announced:
Winners will be announced the end of April 2018 and
winners will receive their prize at the Board of Education
meeting on Thursday, May 3, 2018 - District Office, 409 Bell
Road, Rome.

March 1, 2018 through March 30, 2018. Entries will need to
be sent to Chris Brewer at District Office by April 2, 2018.
*The Rome City School District uses the Zaner-Bloser handwriting method.
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