Four Way Test
To SAD 44 high school Students (public, private or home schooled):
The Rotary Club of Bethel is encouraging high school students to consider participating in the Rotary 4-Way Test as a positive guide in making choices in their lives. Students are asked to write then speak about how the 4-way test can affect interactions with others. By using the skills of writing and public speaking (the two expressive literacy skills), students can practice the life skills of critical thinking and persuasion. Learn the importance of ethics in everyday decision-making.
The winner’s prize at the club level competition is not to exceed $100 cash. The winner of the Bethel Club’s contest will compete in the district area competition. District 7780 will reserve the right to adjust prize levels depending on the level of participation by clubs. First-place winner will be awarded $500.
Material must be original in content, written by the contestant and must have Rotary’s four-way test applied to such speech:
Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
Applications may be requested from the Gould Academy or Telstar High School guidance offices, Ms. Cynthia Moran-Laux (381-1001) or Joe Arizzi (824-0080) of The Rotary Club of Bethel.
Rotary Club of Bethel