The time limit to complete the essay excludes some students that grasp the concept, but may not communicate their ideas effectively under this restriction.
Lexington Rotary Club How does a young boy know whether he is doing the right thing or making wise choices when no one is there to give him his answer? Beliefs and actions that support the truth, are fair to others, promote goodwill, and that are beneficial to those concerned are the questions considered within the Four-Way Test.
I live on a farm in central Nebraska with my parents and two younger brothers. The best way to put the Four-Way Test to work is to start at home. Truth is the first aspect of the Four-Way Test, and probably the most necessary for life.
Living my days by telling the truth, according to God and the Bible has been very helpful to me. All kids in a lifetime cause mischief and make a bad choice or two as they learn. In a bad situation, the truth can always help a child ore than it can hurt.
Growing up involves a lot of mistakes, and I have learned that telling the truth is the best policy even though I may still have to face consequences.
When I am truthful, it sets a good example for my brothers and helps my parents to trust me more. I have always liked to keep a good reputation, so by being truthful, I can maintain a clean record. Fairness is a familiar idea to kids. Living on a farm in the country with two brothers might sound like fun, but at times it is what I consider unfair.
While I like our new house and the space I have to run and play, it is in a place too far from town to walk anywhere. I do not get to ride bikes and run around the neighborhood with friends like most of the other kids I know. The aspect of fairness also reminds me of the fact that fair does not always mean equal.
My parents spend a lot of time reading with my 2nd grade brother because it is not easy for him.
Reading is easy for me, so it is okay for it to be that way, because he needs the help more than I do. Good will is helping others out when I know I will get nothing in return of it.
When it recently snowed a foot, my neighbor who is older, needed help cleaning his driveway. He is not a farmer with all of the tractors and big blades and tools, so out of good will, my Grandpa offered to move the snow out of his way. It might not be much, but it is a way to pay it forward.
I understand that being selfless and making decisions that will benefit as many people as possible is important too.
Living and working on a farm is hard work. In the summer, my Dad and Grandparents change water on hundreds of acres of gravity irrigate corn and beans every twelve hours. Now that I am getting older and stronger, I realize that it is my time to pitch in and help out just like my Dad did when he was my age.4-Way Test Essay Contest The Rotary Club of Sioux City invites 6th grade students to participate in our 4-Way Test Essay Contest.
Students are asked to write a to word essay answering the question, "How can I apply the Rotary The Four-Way Test Essay contest in District was initiated in by the Rotary Club of Mechanicsburg-North in the 9 th grade at Cumberland Valley High School.
The winner of their contest presented her essay at the District Conference and was well received. The Rotary Club of Brookings congratulates the winners of the 4-Way Test Essay Contest.
The selected students wrote the top essay submitted by 6 th grade students from Brookings Boys & Girls Club, and Mickelson Middle School about ‘How I Can Apply the 4-Way Test to My Life’ in relationship to one or more of the values of truth. Rotary Club of White Sands - Alamogordo Rotary Club. Each year we hold a competition for local 8th graders to write an essay about the 4-way test and what it means to them and their life.
our 1st place winner of the FOUR-WAY TEST essay contest from Imago Dei Academy. Pictured with President Michelle Brideaux and Past President.
On Thursday, May 7, the Red Lion-Dallastown honored the finalists and winner of the Rotary 4-Way Essay Contest. A summary of each of the finalists’ essays was shared and Carly Guise read her essay to the Rotary Club members at the Great American Saloon Banquet Room.
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