Essay writing contests are great. The entry requirements are pretty simple and the prizes are often well worth the time and energy spent in composing a great piece. Middle school essay contests are becoming increasing popular at schools, as they encourage students to improve their skills in academic writing at an early age. Here is a simple strategy for winning such a contest at this age:
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Middle School Essay Contests - Well-Trained Mind Community
All sixth, seventh and eighth grade students in Floyd County are eligible to enter the Georgia Farm Bureau Middle School Essay Contest. Students should address the topic “My Plate is Georgia Grown.”