2018 Houston/Harris County Recognition Ceremony

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Houston 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


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