A very big congratulations to the 2015 Be Kind People Project National Writing Contest winners. We received so many amazing entries, it was very difficult to narrow it down. To all who entered, keep up the fantastic effort! Your thoughtfulness and reflection on the “Kindest Person You Know” made us smile, cry, laugh and even had our Be Kind Crew leaping for joy!Ivory 3


Thanks so much for entering. And the winners are:

The Be Kind People Project National Writing Contest
“The Kindest Person I Know”


Grand Prize Winner:
Faith – 4th Grade from Cochise Elementary School
“Hope for the Children of Haiti”
Mr. Lofstedt

First Place Winners:
K-2: Archana – 1st Grade from Fireside Elementary   – Mrs. Mensing
3-5: Emma – 5th grade from Pinnacle Peak Elementary – Mrs. Ives
6-8: Arpita – 8th grade from IS 126Q – Albert Shanker School for Visual and Performing Arts in New York – Mrs. Kvitsovas

Honorable Mention:
There were so many outstanding essays and the judges selected a few more as honorable mentions.
K-2: Riya – 1st Grade from Fireside Elementary – Mrs. Mensing
3-5: Rachel – 3rd grade from Scottsdale Christian Academy – Mrs. Sia
6-8: Rena – 6th grade from Cocopah Middle School  – Mrs. Mulhern

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