NWPNH to hold “One Pen Can Change the World” Writing Contest

February 16th, 2011 by Michael

NWPNH is sponsoring our second annual “One Pen Can Change the World” writing contest for students in grades k-12.

Deadline for the contest is March 1st.

Winners will be announced March 15,2015.Teachers of winners will be notified.

The winners and runners up in each grade-level division,K-2,3-5,6-8,9-12,will be read at a ceremony on April 8th, 2015 at the PSU graduate center in Concord where all winning students and their teachers will receive an award.

Please contact Meg Petersen megjoanna@gmail.com  with questions.

 

 

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