Christopher Columbus Essay Winners

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Maryville High School tenth grade students set a record for participation in the DAR Christopher Columbus essay contest with more than 60 students submitting an essay, according to Belva Dawson, contest chairman.At the DAR presentation were, front: Jacquie Conn, MHS English teacher, Creid Stocklein, Trevor Townsend, Vanessa Klotz, Kamryn Gastler, Skylar Bundridge, Aleyna Saldana, Sarah Richardson, Madeline Wiedmaier, Kylee Dougan, Belva Dawson, essay contest chairman; back: Adam Becker, Justus Voss, Chase Newberry, Mason Walk, Will Mattlock, Skiler Williams, Morgan Goodridge, Ben Orshiso and Ashlyn Laffey. Participation certificates were presented to 20 students with the top-rated essays.

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May/June: International Essay Contest winners announced by the Supreme Council Office.

Theme and Topic The theme of the Knights of Columbus Essay Contest is: “Going to the Peripheries.” Guidelines Judging Judges will be selected by the sponsoring Knights of Columbus council, assembly or circle.

The essay contest is a creative way to encourage young people to become citizens who are firmly grounded in the Faith.

The Order has expanded the Knights of Columbus Essay Contest to all Catholic students — in public, private or parochial schools — in grades 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 during the current school year.

Essays due to the Supreme Council for international judging by April 15.

Christopher Columbus Essay Winners

Jurisdiction winners should be recognized at the state convention or another jurisdiction event.

It is also recommended that a special certificate or plaque be given to the school of the champion of each division.

The school could then place the award in its trophy case or otherwise display it in the school.

The winning essay was written by Mason Walk, who received a bronze medal.

Jacquie Conn, MHS English teacher, conducted the contest, in the spring.


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