Cassie Dent placed first with her essay. She writes, A good way to promote Americanism in your school is standing up, saluting the flag, and proudly saying the Pledge of Allegiance every day. Mostly all students learn the Pledge of Allegiance in school when they are young. A good way a teacher shows Americanism is by Americanism Essay Contest Each year the Elks sponsor an essay contest on topics relating to Americanism. The topic for is" Why Our Veterans Are America's Heroes? " We've included the winning essays from last year's contest below.
Winning Essays: 2015 Americanism Essay Contest" What the Pledge of Allegiance Means to Me" Division I Winner This year's winning essay from Division I (5th6th graders) is from Beatriz Gabriel of Worthington Lodge# 2287. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands one nation Philip F. Haxel, Sr. Patriotism Award. 2014 Essay Contest. Winners& Recipients of the Baton of Patriotism. Perry Morkovsky, Online Winner, 5th Grade.
Morkovsky Home School. Bel Air, Maryland Love, Respect, Honor and Courage When I place my hand upon my heart, I am reminded of the love that I feel for my country.
Following are the winning essays and poems: Essay Contest Camdyn Fuchs, Madison School, first place Most elementary school students say the Pledge of Allegiance every day, and that is how students show Americanism. Standing and saying the Pledge or singing the National Anthem supports our country, military, and everything that Americanism essay contest chairman Sherry Feiger, left, presents Amelia Hall with a certificate of award Wednesday, Aug.
8, for winning first place in the Western division contest. I stand proud and tall every day with my hand firmly over my heart and repeat the Pledge of Allegiance with gratitude and respect. Some schools have disallowed I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for Lindqvist Essay I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
The pledge of allegiance to the United States, drafted in 1892 but not officially adopted until 1942, became a motto rotely recited in schools nationwide.