Wilson to Recognize Winner of Elementary School Challenge
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) announced plans to recognize Zachary Valsecchi, a third grader at Round Top Elementary School in Blythewood, South Carolina, as the winner of the First Annual Second Congressional District Elementary School Challenge. Earlier this year, Congressman Wilson sent a letter to all elementary schools in the district encouraging third grade classrooms to submit an entry detailing a student’s favorite part of South Carolina history. The office received over 100 entries.
What: Congressman Wilson will recognize Zachary Valsecchi as the winner of the First Annual Second Congressional District Elementary School Challenge. Zachary’s entry focused on the significance of the “Best Friend of Charleston,” America’s first regularly scheduled passenger service train that traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, in the 1830’s.
Who: Congressman Joe Wilson, Principal Jeaneen Tucker, 3rd grade teacher Cathy Williams, and students at Round Top Elementary School
When: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at 10:30-11:00AM
Where: Round Top Elementary School – 449 Rimer Pond Road, Blythewood, SC 29016
Why: As a parent to four boys and the husband to a retired teacher, Congressman Joe Wilson knows that a firm education ensures future success. By conducting this competition, the Congressman gave third graders an opportunity to share what they had learned throughout the year studying the Palmetto State’s unique history.
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