Delaney Neal, a fourth-grade student at St. Vincent de Paul School in Rogers, was among the winners of the 2017 Duke TIP Writing Contest. The contest is held annually for participants in the TIP fourth-sixth grade talent search, and this year students were asked to write a story about a dog that has escaped from an animal control officer, from the dog’s point of view. Neal’s story was selected as the third-place winner in the fourth-grade division from over eight hundred submissions.
The first-place winners from each grade, and the school that identified each student for participation in Duke TIP, will receive $200; the second place winners and their schools will receive $100; third place winners and their schools will receive $50.
Neal’s story can be read at tip.duke.edu/storywinners.
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