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Essay Contest
Essay Contest: Children Helping Children

Children Helping Children: What can WE do?
The New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities and New Hampshire Motor Speedway, in cooperation with the New England League of Middle Schools, announces an essay contest. The competition is for middle school students to win a "class pack" of 25 tickets to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in Loudon, NH. One individual student essay winner in each of the New England states will be chosen and that student’s class will receive 25 tickets to be distributed at the discretion of building leadership to attend the SYLVANIA 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup race on Sept. 27, 2015.
The topic of the essay is "Children Helping Children: What can WE do?" The idea is to promote awareness of children's charities among adolescents, and to build school spirit and excitement to support the needs of children throughout our region.
All essays must be received by NELMS via first-class mail or electronic submission by midnight Sept. 14, 2015, and winners will be notified by Sept. 18, 2015 for attendance to the Sept. 27, 2015 NASCAR event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
For specific instructions on sending your essay
A panel of judges will read the essays and choose the winners. All judges’ decisions will be final, and tickets will be delivered to the winning school for distribution by Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Neither NELMS nor NHMS will be responsible for transportation or logistical details in arranging for the attendance at the event. That is the responsibility of the school and/or the individual ticket holder.
The winner from each state and their school will be announced on stage during the pre-race ceremony of the SYLVANIA 300.
Middle schoolers … start your engines!

Harassment, Hazing and Bullying Policy and Procedures
                                                                                                                                                    Burlington, Vermont – The Burlington School District has created a unified Harassment, Hazing and Bullying Prevention Policy and accompanying Procedures document in accordance with a model policy developed by the Agency of Education. Upon review of the unified policy and procedures at the July 28 meeting of the District's Governance, Policy and Advocacy Committee, the Committee voted to recommend adoption at first reading by the Full School Board at their August 11 meeting. This will enable the policy and procedures to become effective prior to the beginning of the school year. The documents are available for review via the District Website ( as attachments to the July 28 Agenda of the Governance, Policy and Advocacy Committee, or directly at
The most notable change in the new policy is that it combines three distinct policies into one and offers related procedures, thus providing a thorough and consistent approach to addressing incidents of harassment, hazing and bullying. Burlington School District Director of Equity Henri Sparks met with the District's attorneys and recommended minor changes to the state's model policy specific to the needs of Burlington Schools.
BSD Staff training is scheduled to begin in August, with training continuing throughout the school year for students, parents and community members.