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

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

Length:
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.

Prizes:
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.

Judge:
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.

Timeline:
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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