Safety Essay Writing Competition 2019
The 2019 year of the annual HAIP Safety Essay Writing Competition proved to be a great success!
This year's participating schools were James Campbell High School and Pearl City High School
HAIP received a number of essays on the topic of "Distraction" – walking, driving, or whatever type of distraction the students decided. Each essay was between 450-500 words. The judges scored each essay based on originality, storytelling, and relevance to the topic.
The 2019 winners of the Safety Essay Writing Competition were:
- First Place: Nicholas Kanno of Pearl City High School (Pictured center)
- Second Place: Jonathan Mateo of James Campbell High School (Pictured right)
- Third Place: Grayson Wu of Pearl City High School (Pictured left)
Congratulations to the winners for a job well done!
As usual, this event would never happen without the hard work and dedication of our Safety Champion, Julie K. Kirk, who does an amazing job every year!