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Brownsville Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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Corpus Christi Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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Dallas Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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El Paso Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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Laredo Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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Beaumont Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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Austin Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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Cameron County Do the Write Thing 2018 Recognition Week

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Communities In Schools, Cameron County Do the Write Thing 2018 Recognition Week

TWC Commissioner Julian Alvarez

TWC Commissioner Julian Alvarez

National Recognition WeekOrientation Breakfast

National Recognition Week Orientation Breakfast

Kuwait Cultural Center

Kuwait Cultural Center

Coffee w/ Senator Ted Cruz

Coffee w/ Senator Ted Cruz

Chairs Meeting at The Watergate Hotel, Kingbird Restaurant

Chairs Meeting at The Watergate Hotel, Kingbird Restaurant

Aron Almeida DTWT 2018 Student Ambassador

Aron Almeida DTWT 2018 Student Ambassador

Ambassadors

Ambassadors

Visiting U.S. Supreme Court & Library of Congress

Visiting U.S. Supreme Court & Library of Congress

 


Austin DTWTX challenge site in action

FacebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmailThe Austin DTWTX challenge site was on the move in 2018. Check out photos from the Austin’s Recognition Ceremony and National Recognition Week in DC!

Austin’s Recognition Ceremony in the Spring of 2018.

Austin DTWT Finalist

Austin DTWT Finalist

Austin DTWT Management Team

Austin DTWT Management Team

Austin Chair The Honorable Orlinda Naranjo

Austin Chair The Honorable Orlinda Naranjo

Austin Coordinators Mary Bolden and Creschenda Horton

Austin Coordinators Mary Bolden and Creschenda Horton

Austin challenge site at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Austin National Ambassadors with Judge Julie Kocurek at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Austin National Ambassadors with Judge Julie Kocurek at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Mary, Judge Julie Kocurek and Cindy at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Mary, Judge Julie Kocurek and Cindy at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.


2018 Houston/Harris County Recognition Ceremony

FacebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmailHouston and Harris County students gathered at NRG Stadium in May for the 2018 Do the Write Thing Texas Challenge Houston/Harris County Recognition Ceremony.

Houston Chief of Police Art Acevedo

Houston Chief of Police Art Acevedo addresses the honorees at the 2018 Houston/Harris County Recognition Ceremony

Judge Emmett

Judge Emmett meets with all 2018 Houston/Harris County School Finalists

Stovall Middle School’s Natalie Maldonado receives award from Do the Write Thing Houston/Harris County Chair Harris County Judge Ed Emmett for being a 2018 National Finalist.

Stovall Middle School’s Natalie Maldonado receives award from Do the Write Thing Houston/Harris County Chair Harris County Judge Ed Emmett for being a 2018 National Finalist.

Krimmel Intermediate School’s Walker Hammons receives award from Do the Write Thing Houston/Harris County Chair Harris County Judge Ed Emmett for being a 2018 National Finalist.

Krimmel Intermediate School’s Walker Hammons receives award from Do the Write Thing Houston/Harris County Chair Harris County Judge Ed Emmett for being a 2018 National Finalist.

Judge Lykos is pictured with Krimmel Intermediate’s teacher Holly Walsh and National Finalist Walker Hammons and Stovall Middle School’s teacher Alison Hess and National Finalist Natalie Maldonado

Judge Lykos is pictured with Krimmel Intermediate’s teacher Holly Walsh and National Finalist Walker Hammons and Stovall Middle School’s teacher Alison Hess and National Finalist Natalie Maldonado