Montana Board of Crime Control

2021 Do the Write Thing

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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.

If you would like to participate in the Do the Write Thing challenge, or would like more information, please email Rachel Gemar.

 

2021 Montana Do the Write Thing Celebration

Saturday, September 25, 2021 in Helena, Montana

2021 Do the Write Thing Winners
From left to right: Natalia Bowser, Rachel Gemar, Kieran Foote Spotted Wolf, Guerna Becker, Christa Lashley, Ansleigh Held, Odin Wiggins, William Hansen, Tyla Larson, Sheriff Leo Dutton, Michael Moorman

2021 Montana's National Student Ambassadors

Christa Lashley
Laurel Middle School
Laurel, MT

Odin Wiggins
Dillon Middle School
Dillon, MT

Christa Lashley
Christa Lashley
Odin Wiggins
Odin Wiggins

2021 Montana's State Finalists

Ashley Alberez
Laurel Middle School
Laurel, MT

Allison Baillet
Laurel Middle School
Dillon, MT

Taylor Dunn
Laurel Middle School

Tyla Larson
Laurel Middle School

Mac Campbell
Dillon Middle School

Kieran Foote Spotted Wolf
Laurel Middle School
Laurel, MT

William Hansen
Dillon Middle School
Dillon, MT

Michael Moorman
Laurel Middle School

Tyla Larson
Tyla Larson
Kieran Foote Spotted Wolf
Kieran Foote Spotted Wolf
William Hansen
William Hansen
Michael Moorman
Michael Moorman
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