Grand Prize, Chairman's Award
Patriot's Pen Essay Contest
Lilyana Wolberg, Mandy Lu, and Jeremy Taiqman
Answers, in essay form, submitted by Jeremy Taigman (first place), Many Lu (second place) and Lilyana Wolberg (third place) earned each student a $50 prize and an award ceremony dinner hosted by the VFW Post 2269 in Wixom. These students now advance to the VFW Post 1146 district competition on January 9, 2012.
Patriot’s Pen provides sixth, seventh and eighth grade students the opportunity to express their opinion on a patriotic theme and improve their writing skills while they compete for worthwhile awards and prizes. Awards are given at the local, district, and state levels. The state winners compete for $91,000 in U.S. Savings bonds at the national level. The national winner receives a $10,000 U.S. Savings Bond and an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington D.C. where they tour the city.
Daughters of the American Revolution
Piety Hill Chapter Essay Contest
|Emily Hong was unable to attend and wiil receive her award at a later date.|
West Hills Middle School Rolling RobotsRecognized as part of the West Hills Rolling Robots, Benjamin Kaufman, Bradley Kaufman, Adrain Ashtari, Jacob Fishkind, Husain Rasheed, Charles Gertner, Tamaer EL-Gamal,Erza Kalmowitz
Bloomfield Hills Middle School
Mega-Bites Robotic Team
Recognized as part of the BHMS Mega-Bites robotic team, Alp Aydin, Beste Aydin,Sarah Gerendasy, Kathryn Jorgesen,Hannah May, Andrianna McKendrick,Max Perimuter, Zack Piper.