Northeast News: Kid’s Edition

 

 

In recognition of International Children’s Day, the June 5th edition of the Northeast News will be written by children living in Northeast!

To participate, submit entries to northeastnews@socket.net by Monday, May 27th, or stop by our office at 5715 St. John Avenue.

Please include child’s name and age.

Any entries that do not make it into the print publication will be featured on our website!

 

Entry assignments:

 

Ages (4-8) Submit one of the following:

– Drawing of your favorite place in your neighborhood

– Story about your favorite place in your neighborhood (60 words max)

– One idea about how to improve your neighborhood (60 words max)

– Story about your favorite teacher (60 words max)

 

Ages (9-12) Submit one of the following:

– Drawing of your favorite place in your neighborhood

– Story about a fun event that you attended in your neighborhood (60 words max)

– One idea about how to improve your neighborhood (60 words max)

– Story about your favorite teacher (60 words max)

 

Ages (13-16) Submit one of the following:

– Drawing of your favorite place in your neighborhood

– One idea about how to improve your neighborhood (60 words max)

– Story about a fun event in your neighborhood (60 words max)

– Editorial cartoon (Illustrated cartoon on humorous/relevant issue depicting artist’s opinion)

 

Ages (17-18) Submit one of the following:

– Drawing of your favorite place in your neighborhood

– One idea about how to improve your neighborhood (85 words max)

– Story about a fun event or volunteer service your participated with in your neighborhood (85 words max)

– Editorial cartoon (Illustrated cartoon on humorous/relevant issue depicting artist’s opinion)

 

We look forward to seeing all of your entries!

 

 

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