On November 16, Rad Schools brought their Anti-Bullying Campaign to John Hopkins Middle School. Professional BMX’ers and Skateboarders performed stunts on a half-pipe at the school, while promoting an anti-bullying message. Afterwards they stayed and signed autographs for the kids.

To continue this message, the John Hopkins Middle PTSA is announcing an Anti-Bullying Essay Contest. The Grand Prize winner will receive a Skateboard and Free Week at School of Skatin. The Runner Up will receive a Skateboard. The Skateboards were donated by Boards for Bros and have been signed by the BMX’ers and Skateboarders that performed at the school event. Additionally, all students that submit entries to the contest will receive a special gift from the PTSA.

Donations received by School of Skatin and Boards for Bros are in association with Rad Schools & Et Cultura.

Essay Contest Rules:

This contest is open to all students of John Hopkins Middle School.

Choose one of 2 options:

A: WRITE ABOUT A TIME WHEN YOU STOOD UP FOR SOMETHING THAT YOU BELIEVED IN. WAS IT HARD TO EXPRESS AN OPINION THAT OTHER PEOPLE DIDN’T AGREE WITH? WHY OR WHY NOT?

B: COME UP WITH AN IDEA FOR A NEW WAY TO INCREASE AWARENESS ABOUT BULLYING. HOW CAN YOU HELP PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THAT BULLYING IS A PROBLEM?

MINIMUM ONE PAGE ESSAY
MUST BE HANDWRITTEN
DUE NOVEMBER 28 TO FRONT OFFICE
DETERMINING FACTORS: ESSAY CONTENT, SENTENCE STRUCTURE, SPELLING, GRAMMAR, AND PUNCTUATION.