Black History Photo and Essay Contest OFFICIAL RULES.
Students can honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through an essay contest. Giant Food of Landover, Md. is now accepting submissions for its Sixth Annual Black History Month Essay Contest.
Black history month has to be more than book reports, presentations, and projects. As I dug into the blood-and-guts of the second month of the year, I realized that it’s way more a than two-page.
Black History Month Essay Contest Prompt How do the Tuskegee Airmen still influence the Air Force today? Grand Prize “Pilot for a Day” trip including:1. Meeting Air Force Pilots Orientation Flight Flight Logbook4. Air Force Gearcommander 5. Rules Must answer the prompt 2. Maximum 500 words 3. No copyrighted material Submit to squadron.
We invite our students to share in this celebration while showcasing their writing talents during the 2020 Celebrating Black History Month Essay Contest. Students of all cultural backgrounds are encouraged to participate in the contest. We are looking for creative, innovative and reflective words of wisdom from students in grades 3-12.
To enter, students are required to submit an essay describing what Black History Month means to them. The contest is open to all students grades K-12. One grand prize winner from Elementary, Middle and High School will be selected to receive four courtside seats and be recognized at halftime during the Sunday, March 3 Lakeland Magic game.
Black History Month Essay Contest Theme: Florida’s First: African American Pioneers in Florida The Black History Month Essay Contest is open to all middle and high school students in Duval County. Typed entries must be based on this year’s theme and no longer than 500 words.
RICHMOND, Va. — Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA-04) announced a Black History Month essay contest for middle and high school students. The contest is open to all sixth through twelfth graders.