History[ edit ] InMaurice R. As a publisher of youth magazines, the first publication was The Western Pennsylvania Scholastic. It covered high school sports and social activities and debuted on October 22,
The winner and six runners-up were recognized April 14 at the closing awards ceremony. Six other state winners were named national runners-up.
They are as follows: Kobe RosemanSt. The national applications this year were submitted digitally. The competition attracted dozens of entries in some states and none in others.
The 37 members of the scholarship committee were impressed with the depth of experience contained in the state-winning entries. He is one of many people Zhao is highlighting for an online series on the stories of African-American students and staff.
During most lunches, peers will find her carrying her iPad, as she does in this picture, racing to her next conversation with the girl eating lunch in the hallway or the principal in her conference room.
Instead of being discouraged from cautious administration, angry faculty members and online trolls, it drove her to seek more truth. She sought other stories like an investigation of sexual harassment and assault accusations of fellow students.
These traits single me out from the rest, which can intimidate and inspire jealousy and attention. However, I am no longer afraid to stick out. Haley Keizur of Washington knows her voice, her staff and how to use both to maximize success and potential.
He puts himself in situations where he gets to report about real people and real situations. He takes on big issues in responsible ways and is always looking for new ideas. He has obviously earned the admiration of his adviser, headmaster and others through his leadership and involvement.
Natalie White of Illinois has won over her administration while she fought for her First Amendment rights. She challenged herself in all aspects of her media program and set an example for future Omega newspaper staff leaders to follow.
She has clearly created a culture of professionalism, accountability and a family-like atmosphere where staff members are comfortable taking risks and knowing they will be supported.
Ian Ong of Pennsylvania had judges wishing he was on their staff.
He inspired one of them with his editing exercise that she plans to use on her own staff applicants in the near future. Arabella Saunders of North Carolina caught the attention of the judges as her passion for journalism leaped off the page. She is not afraid to cover controversial and timely stories in her effort to give voice to the voiceless.
Her tenacity in approaching both her principal and superintendent, and the Student Press Law Center, regarding various censorship issues shows what an incredibly strong and empowered young women Arabella is.
Sarah Elbeshbishi of Maryland uses data journalism to adjust her goals, and it comes naturally to her.
What I found most refreshing was her ability to engage others in her process of reporting and how she was thoughtfully able to reason through what she has done and continues to do as a journalist. Jack RummlerWilliam R. Luc HebertSt. Zoe ButlerSt.
Carolyn LaneSt.Scholastic Art Awards About the Regional Scholastic Art Awards Schack Art Center (formerly the Arts Council of Snohomish County) first presented the Scholastic Art Awards in January , spearheaded as a grassroots effort by educator and artist, Susan Jane Russell and a handful of Snohomish County Teachers.
Scholastic Art Awards About the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation's longest-running (since ) and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades , received a record-breaking , works of art and writing for adjudication from regional affiliates, including the Schack Art Center in Everett.
Summer Selected National Medalists’ works will be highlighted in caninariojana.com, a traveling exhibition publicly displaying award-winning, teen-produced art and writing.
Writing recipients may have their work published in The Best Teen Writing , an anthology showcasing stories, essays and poetry of teen authors. Virginia McEnerney, Executive Director of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers: “Today is a momentous day for more than 2, creative teens as they receive national recognition in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
For 95 years, the Awards have identified the creative promise of visionaries like Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Stephen King, Kay WalkingStick, and Zac Posen. Today we announced the country’s most creative teens! The nonprofit Alliance for Young Artists & Writers (the Alliance) is excited to announce the national award recipients of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7– A full list of national winners can be found here.
entry deadline: June 22 Log in to enter Each year, the National Scholastic Press Association presents the Individual Awards, honoring the best individuals in scholastic journalism.