Cyberbullying is a huge issue in today’s society. I asked Caity Moore what she thought and she said, “I cant wait to enter the contest to stop cyber bullying. It’ll be cool to see who wins.” The Gertsburg Law Firm is giving students at Kenston High School and Chagrin Falls High School the opportunity to show their support to putting an end to the cyberbullying epidemic. If you are interested in entering this contest, here is all you need to know.
You must write a 600 word, single spaced essay on how you think, as a whole we can put an end to cyberbullying. If you are interested in taking a more personal approach, you may write about your personal experience with cyberbullying. It may contain how it affected you, your family, how it affected someone you know, or a cyberbullying incident in which you were involved in. The final turn in date is February 22, 2016 at midnight. Winners in each grade will receive $500 or more (depending on fundraising) and have their essays published through various media. Jeff Hoffman, co-founder of Pricline.com will be the final judge of the winning essay. The school with the winning essay will receive a trophy and of course, bragging rights.
Each essay will be turned in through Turnitin.com for judging. The class enrollment ID’s are listed below for each grade level.
9th Graders- 11710264
10th Graders- 11710276
11th Graders- 11710366
12th Graders- 11710488
Password for all grade levels- kenston16
For any further questions go to Gertsburg.com