KEARNEY STUDENT WRITERS - TOP IN CITY

 

The annual “Police Commissioner for a Day” essay contest, open to high school students throughout the city, asks students to  write about how they would solve an existing crime/community problem, if they were the Police Commissioner.  The contest gives students a chance to research a problem they may currently experience, and express themselves and their solutions to local police officials.

Bishop Kearney is pleased to announce that five of our students were selected as award recipients. In addition to interacting with fellow PC for A Day winners in other categories, the students will meet the Police Commissioner, James P. O’Neill, PAL’s Executive Director, Franc J. Watts, and other dignitaries from the NYPD and PAL.

Junior Kathleen Egan, Deputy Commissioner Award, Advocates

Junior Carolyn Donohue, Deputy Commissioner Award, Legal Matters

Junior Kaitlyn Intindola, Bureau Chief Award, Transportation

Freshman Rose Buffalano, Precinct Commander Award, 66th Precinct

Freshman Nadia Elsaidy, Precinct Commander Award, 78th Precinct

 

KEARNEY STUDENT WRITERS - TOP IN CITY