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Do the Write Thing

All across America, students are rising to the challenge of doing something to end youth violence.  Montana’s Do the Write Thing Challenge is a violence prevention program that allows middle school students an opportunity to examine the impact on their lives and to communicate in written form what they think should be done to reduce youth violence.  By encouraging students to make personal commitments to do something about the problem, the program ultimately seeks to give them the opportunity to break the cycles of violence in their homes, schools, and neighborhoods.  Do the Write Thing is an initiative of the National Campaign to Stop Violence. 
 

2017

Governor's Letter
 

Principal's Invitation

Teacher's Invitation

Instructions for Educators

Poster

Brochure

Lesson Plans

Cover Sheet and Permissions

Do the Write Thing National Link
 

Do the Write Thing Timeline

February 17, 2017
Student writings due to MBCC.

 

April, 2017
Montana Do the Write Thing Celebration in Helena.


July, 2017
National Do the Write Thing Recognition Ceremony in Washington D.C.

 


2016 DtWT Finalists

    
 


2015

Hamilton student wins trip to D.C.
DtWT Celebration Agenda
 


2014

Top 10 Writings
State Celebration Finalists
Montana Celebration Photos
Walsh, Tester meet with Montana students focused on reducing youth violence.



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