Pasco County Tax Collector, Mike Fasano, Clerk & Comptroller Paula O’ Neill’s Constitutional Officers Essay Contest announces winning student with an essay submitted by middle school students from Pasco County. Students from public, private, parochial, charter, online and home schools entered for the contest during the month of March has run. The entrants, such as students in Grades 6-8, asked answering the question “Which are the taxes impacts one the most: local, state or federal? Why?”
A panel of judges however without not knowing age, gender, grade or school of entrants chose the write essay cheap written by Angie Bolton, where a student at Saint Anthony’s Catholic School in San Antonio, has a winning submission. Angie’s essay the best being communicated is with response having a topic question of meeting with contest criteria where there is an overall essay structure, appearance, and readability.
Therefore the tax collector happily states “I am proud with all students participated in this essay contest”. “With some well-written essays, choosen from the judges where one might have fun with a difficult task upon performance. Thereby at any time one must note there is a student who puts time and effort into their work, writing a lengthy essay, narrows excellent choices of being an overall winner always a tough call. However, Angie Bolton’s essay is a clear choice with many excellent entries. I like the way in thanking Sister Alice Ottapurackal and her staff at Saint Anthony’s Catholic School encouraging their students in participation of the contest.”
Angie Bolton awarded a $300 Best Buy gift card where there is a ceremony held at Saint Anthony’s Catholic School in San Antonio on May 3, 2018. School principal, Sister Alice Ottapurackal introduces Tax Collector, Mike Fasano with Angie Bolton and her family. The prizes awarded by Angie in front of assembly of her peers. All entrants thus received a personal letter from Tax Collector Mike Fasano thanking their participation in the contest.
The Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office plans with participation in the essay contest again in 2019. Students upon not winning however had an opportunity of entering again within the school year in the middle school.
Additionally, the student essay contest community-related events where a Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office participates throughout the year. For more details about next year’s contest is with upcoming promotion and activities coordinated by the tax collector’s office.
There were panel of judges who without knowing age, gender, grade or school has entrant choose the essay written by Dominic Fonesca. Also Dominic’s essay best communicated with his response with topic question of meeting where there is a contest criteria with overall essay structure, appearance, and readability.
Dominic however was awarded a $300 Best Buy gift card with a ceremony held at Weightman Middle School. Principal, Rachel Fowler introduces Tax Collector, Mike Fasano with Dominic Fonseca during the school’s morning news broadcast. With all entrants in the contest received a personal letter from Tax Collector, Mike Fasano for participation in the contest.
The Pasco County Tax Collector’s office plans with the participation of essay contest where students who did not win this year had an opportunity entering again during the next school year since they were still in the middle school. The student essay contest has many community-related events in the Pasco County Tax Collector’s office which is participated throughout the year.
It is to note that in 500 words or less whether the students answer the question: “Do you think taxes are important? If so, why? If not, why not?” Judges enter a panel of distributors from the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office which not only reviewed the student communication with responses to question as well as the overall essay structure with appearance and readability.
Thus Mike Fasano announces as a part of Clerk and Comptroller Paula O’Neill’s Constitutional Officers Essay Contest which accepts entries in the month long essay contest. Since March 1, the contest begins which ran throughout the final day. The essay contest hence forth is geared for Pasco County’s middle school students.
Students in public or charter schools asked one to submit their essays moves forward to tax collector’s office. Students in private school send their essays directly to Greg Giordano, Director of Customs Relations, Pasco County Tax Collector Office, 8731 Citizens Drive, Room 120, New Port Richey, and FL 34654.
Hence Tax Collector Mike Fasano encourages family members, neighbors, and friends of eligible students where Pasco middle-scholars about the contest. There are entries which are accepted till 5:00 p.m. on March 31. There should be student’s name, school, grade, and contact information. The winner of essay contest however will be notified by telephone.
“I am proud to announce that all the students throughout Pasco County participated in our third annual essay contest,” states Tax Collector Mike Fasano. “With many well-written essays choosing from, the judges had a fun but difficult with tasks to perform. Thus with the choices narrowing down to one there is an overall winner having a tough call with the panel on how to make. However, Dominic Fonseca’s essays stood out with the clear choice among many excellent entries. I also like thanking Principal Rachel Fowler, Gifted Teacher Freda Abercrombie and Principal Secretary Brittany Stone for their efforts to encourage the participation of their students in our annual contest.”
There is a plan provided by the Pasco County Tax Collector’s office upon participation with the essay contest where students did not win this year having many opportunities to enter again during the next school year if they are still in the middle school. Additionally, the student essay contest has many community related events with Pasco County Tax Collector participating throughout the year.