Essay Writing Contests Canada
Brent Rathgeber, Member of Parliament for Edmonton – St. Albert, wants to hear from all students in the riding of Edmonton-St. Albert. He is calling on all students to write an essay explaining why they are proud to be Canadian.
The essay writing contest is open immediately and is being held in time for Canada Day on July 1st. Students are invited to write an essay and send it to Brent through Canada Post or via e-mail. No postage stamp is necessary if you are sending a letter to your Member of Parliament through Canada Post.
The essay writing contest is being conducted in three grade classifications:
K to 2: Students in K to 2 should draw a picture showing what makes them proud to be Canadian.
3 to 6: Students in elementary school should write an essay on why they are proud to be a Canadian up to 250 words.
7 to 9: Students in the junior high grades should write an essay on why they are proud to be Canadian that is between 250 and 350 words.
10 to 12: High school students should write an essay on why they are proud to be Canadian that is between 350 and 450 words.
Brent promises to read every essay submitted to him. He will choose his favourite essay from each grade classification as well as his favourite essay overall. The winners will be announced on June 28th in time for Canada Day.
Each winner will receive a gift and a Certificate of Achievement signed by Brent. Their photo will be published (with parental consent) in the next Constituency Householder publication.
Essays must be submitted by Friday, June 16th.
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