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The Do the Write Thing Texas Challenge (DTWTX)

National Finalists 2016 National Recognition Week

Beaumont Chair, Cordinators and National Finalists 2016 National Recognition Week Washington DC

Beaumont in DC

2015 Beaumont Teachers, Students, Parents and Coordinators in DC

Beaumont at the National DtWT Leadership Conference

Lamar Football Players and Judge Shelton

"Lighting" the path


Ambassadors visited the banquet "lighting" the path for the new 2014 ambassadors Westley Pollock and Emily Lafley.

Student Bravery Leads to Antiviolence Advocacy

Reagan Alston, 12, will be traveling to Washington, D.C., for a banquet with other "national ambassadors" after she submitted an essay to the "Do the Write Thing" program. >>READ MORE

Southeast Texas students to visit Washington, D.C. as national ambassadors

Two Southeast Texas students captured the hearts of their readers and a trip to Washington, D.C. after submitting essays detailing how violence has affected their lives and what they would do to exact change through the Do the Write Thing Texas Challenge, part of the National Campaign to Stop Violence. >>READ MORE

2014 Regional Ambassadors of Southeast Texas


2014 Regional Ambassadors of Southeast Texas

Walking the red carpet


Michelle Reynolds, Project Coordinator announced 2014 Ambassadors. They walked the red carpet as they entered the recognition ceremony to the beat of a drum roll. Audience stood and cheered as the Ambassadors waved wtih Judge Shelton.