UCP and Schmidt Kramer Attitudes Essay Contest Winners
Posted Gerard C. Kramer on Jun 24, 2014 in News
Posted on Jun 24, 2014
The United Cerebral Palsy and Schmidt Kramer Fifteenth annual Attitudes Essay Contest winners for the 2013-14 year have been announced.
This essay contest challenges students to think and write about the potential barriers that exist for those with and without disabilities, and how having positive attitudes can break down those walls.
New this year, students were given the additional option to write about what might constitute “life without limits” for an individual with disabilities.
Students in grades 3 through 12 in a variety of different area schools participated in the contest. Awards were given for first, second, and third places.
The First Place Winners of the Contest
Grades 3 – 4
Marie Bernadette O’Brien (St. Joseph School)
Grades 5 – 6
Katie Sajer (Good Shepherd School)
Grades 7 – 8
Michael Gbadamosi (Good Hope Middle School)
Grades 9 – 12
Collin Butler (Commonwealth Connections Academy)
Schmidt Kramer wishes to congratulate all of the winners of the contest, and thank every student who entered. We are proud of you and the essays that you created.
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