Charlie Brown Essay Winning Authors

Clute, Freeport and Lake Jackson Intermediates Celebrate Award-Winning Authors
Posted on 11/20/2019
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The Charlie Brown Essay contest is sponsored by the Charlie Brown Initiative. It is offered to 6th-8th grade students and its purpose is to educate young people about the accomplishments of a man named Charlie Brown, an ex-slave turned millionaire who resided in Brazoria County in the late 1800’s. “A truly remarkable story!” said LJI 8th grade ELA teacher Paula Brown.

The Charlie Brown Essay Contest objectives are to increase literacy awareness, build research skills, and improve writing and public speaking abilities in youth. Clute Intermediate 7th grade ELA teacher Michelle Crowell shared how reflecting on a local historian, that isn’t mentioned in school history books, takes time and patience on a path of finding out who he was, what his life was like and how he impacted Brazoria County. She loves that the students were collaboratively sharing information with one another as well as having those conversations that teachers strive for them to have about reading and writing. Thank you Michelle Crowell, Paula Brown and Shelby Hollen for inspiring these students.

Congratulations to the following winners:

7th Grade Division:

CIS Charlie Brown Winners
Clute Intermediate

Audrey Sierra-1st Place
Mia Rodriguez-2nd Place
Skylyn Dobson-Research Winner

8th Grade Division:

FIS Charlie Brown Winner
Freeport Intermediate

Toric Goins - 1st Place

LJI Charlie Brown Winners
Lake Jackson Intermediate

Macie Riley - 2nd Place
Scarlett Huvar - 3rd Place

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