wilmington and clinton county students in grades 10 through 12 or students enrolled in wilmington college or southern state community college north campus are invited to enter the 2015 martin luther king, jr. Each student must submit a completed official entry form along with an original 500.
Observance day committee announces poster contest winners for students in grades 1 - 5 and essay contest winners for grades 6-12. The students who competed in the poster contest illustrated the prompttheme utilizing the ideals and philosophies of dr.
Rodney martin, diversity partner from warner norcross and judd, presented the awards for the 11th annual martin luther king, jr. The top essays were read aloud and the winners received certificates of deposits in varying amounts.
This essay contest is open to youth residing in the bahamas aged 15 18 years old currently enrolled in high school or a home school programme. For full consideration, the following rules must be followed all essays must be 500 words or less.
Each year on the third monday of january, the indiana association of school principals (iasp) celebrates the life and the dream of dr. It is a time for their nation to remember the injustices that dr. King fought, fought for the freedom, dignity, and equality of all races and people.
The ohio civil rights commission is excited to announce the winners of our 2019 dr. Art, essay, and multimedia contest! This years theme was the journey is not complete.
Note first, second and third place winners will be selected in each school grade from 4-12th. Extended deadline entries must be received (not postmarked) in the governors office of minority empowerment no later than close of business on monday, november 30, 2015.
The ohio civil rights commission is pleased to hold an annual statewide dr. This contest is intended to encourage students to reflect upon dr. Kings life, philosophy, and impact on the civil rights movement and present day america.
The celebration is the recognition and awards ceremony for the arizona k-12 students who are winners of the statewide essay-poster contest. A childrens march on the west campus and other events are also held.