The winners of the Thomasville Chapter DAR American History Essay Contest were eighth-grader Katie Beth Young, seventh-grader Emily Raffield, sixth-grader Bella Kitchens and fifth-grader Dalton.
One winning essay from all those submitted is sent from the participating chapters for judging on the state level. The state will send one winning essay to be judged on the division level. The winning essay from each division is then judged on the national level and the winner is announced.
Each year the Wantagh School District, in conjunction with the Jerusalem Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, sponsors an essay writing contest. The contest is open to all students who attend both Wantagh Middle and Senior High School. Over the years Wantagh has had the pleasure of having several state level winners.
Past Winning Essays. 2019 Winning Essay By Elazar Cramer; 2018 Winning Essay By Jeffrey Seaman; 2017 Winning Essay By Daud Shad; 2016 Winning Essay By Zhen Tu; 2015 Winning Essay By Matthew Waltman; 2014 Winning Essay By Ben Wolman; 2013 Winning Essay By Jamie Baer; 2012 Winning Essay by Patrick Reilly; 2011 Winning Essay by Kevin Kay.
California DAR awards 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 home-study programs.
Nathaniel Saxer, son of Robert and Sara Saxer is chapter and District V winner of the contest and a seventh-grader. He also won a state level essay prize.
A winner from Dubois County was selected from each of the four grades to advance to the state level. The state winner advances to the divisional contest and the divisional winner to national contest. In addition, the Dubois County Chapter of the DAR selected a winner from each school in the county. The students will receive a medal and a certificate from the DAR.
The three first-place winners of the American History Essay Contest, Windemere Ranch Middle School sixth-grader Amanda Yang, Harvest Park Middle School seventh-grader Stacy Shimanuki, and Wells.
The fifth-grade essay winner was Tarik White, a student at Jackson Elementary School. The eighth-grade winner was Tyler Lucas of Henderson Middle School. During the Feb. 11 Butts County Board of Education meeting, Sue Oglesby, regent for the William McIntosh chapter, presented a certificate, Excellence of History medal and monetary award to each of the chapter’s essay winners.
DAR essay contest winners named. The American History Essay contest is among the ways that the William Henshaw Chapter NSDAR works within the community to accomplish this purpose. Membership is open to women 18 and above who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution. Interested women are invited to contact Chapter.
DAR honors essay contest winners WINNERS — Fort Stanwix Chapter National Daughters of the American Revolution announced its American History Essay Contest winners at its February meeting.
By Chris Curle. Essay awards for middle school students and the details of insignia protocol were the main events at the February 18 th meeting of the Marco Island Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Hideaway Beach Club. Three Marco Island Charter Middle School students read their winning submissions to the DAR American History Essay Contest.
The Ocklawaha Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution proudly announce the winner of the 2019 Christopher Columbus Essay Contest. Savannah McGregor, an 11th grade student at South Lake High School in Clermont is the first place winner.
Each year, an essay contest is co-sponsored by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) and the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) on a topic related to Christopher Columbus, for high school students throughout the United States.
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held their monthly meeting on February 8, at the Pulaski County Public Library. The Somerset Chapter winners of the yearly DAR American History Essay.DAR names essay winners Feb 23, 2017 Submitted PhotoGeneral James Jackson Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution named winners of the American History and Christopher Columbus Essay Contest.Madison Rigsby, a freshman at Cross Lanes Christian School, is the chapter and state winner of the Christopher Columbus essay contest. This contest was also open to students enrolled in public.