• September 25, 2021

Tags : do the write thing challenge

Rio Bravo Middle student earns invitation to Washington for “doing

Ysleta ISD officials announced that Rio Bravo Middle School eighth-grader Hennessy Mendoza has been selected to be one of two ambassadors to represent El Paso at the National Campaign to Stop Violence in June 2019. Her essay was chosen regionally to win the “Do the Write Thing Challenge,” an educational program that gives middle-school students […]Read More

Canutillo students win top honors in essay contest

From more than 8,200 essays submitted from local districts, 42 top essays were selected in a contest, with five students representing Canutillo ISD as semi-finalists and one of two national finalists. The Do the Write Thing Challenge is an annual contest where students all across America rise to the challenge of doing something to end […]Read More

San Eli ISD Middle Schoolers are Finalists for 2018 ‘Do

Five San Elizario ISD (SEISD) Middle School Students are among 40 semi-finalists who participated in the 2018 Do the Write Thing Challenge. Evelyn Trejo, Arlette Esparza, Darlene Silva, Marcos Argumedo, and Dailyn Velez are among the 40 semi-finalists selected from over 7,000 students. SEISD officials said, “They demonstrated important critical thinking abilities, creativity, and most importantly, […]Read More

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