2018-01-31 / Campus

DAR essay winners announced


Sixth grade winners, from left, Noah Odom, third place; Avery Cullifer, first place; and Caleb Swift, second place. Sixth grade winners, from left, Noah Odom, third place; Avery Cullifer, first place; and Caleb Swift, second place. The Early County Middle School has recognized recent winners of the DAR essay contest. Sondra Brewer contacted the school as the representative of the local chapter, Peter Early Chapter of the Daughters of the America Revolution. The topic this year was “World War I: The War to End All Wars.”

Eighth grade winners were Anna Bell Spooner, first place, and Douglas Worlds, second place. Seventh grade winners were Gabrielle Woullard, first place; Tia Covin, second place; and Ja’Kavian Ealey, third place. Sixth grade winners were Avery Cullifer, first place; Caleb Swift, second place; and Noah Odom, third place.

The end of World War I was the beginning of a new age. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War. The students were to imagine where they were living in 1918 and discuss the impact that the war made on their lives.



Seventh grade winners, from left, Ja’Kavian Ealey, third place; Gabrielle Woullard, first place; and Tia Covin, second place. Seventh grade winners, from left, Ja’Kavian Ealey, third place; Gabrielle Woullard, first place; and Tia Covin, second place.

Eighth grade winners, from left, Douglas Worlds, second place; and Anna Bell Spooner, first place. Eighth grade winners, from left, Douglas Worlds, second place; and Anna Bell Spooner, first place.

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