The Four-Way Test Essay contest’s goal is to increase the awareness, understanding and practice of the Four Way Test among young people in the local school districts. 9th grade students at Harrisburg High School were invited to answer how the Four Way Test affects what they think, say and/or do in their essays of no more than 1500 words, through their English departments and the English teachers. The Rotary Club of Harrisburg convened a committee of judges who screened, scored, and ranked the student essays. The finalists were asked to read their essays at the Club program on March 21st.
Cash prizes were awarded to the 9th grade student winners:
Jacqueline Celsky (1st place)
Huang Le (2nd place)
Janisa Perez and Peng Lu (3rd place)
Pictured with the students are Sam Levine Chair, Huang Le and Peng Lu (SciTech Campus), Jacqueline Celsky, Janisa Perez (John Harris Campus) and Betty C. Hungerford, President.