2019 – 2020 Write On Schedule PDF

Due Dates, Prompts, and (Print Dates) for the 2019 – 2020 School Year

  • Due Date August 23 – What are you most excited about this school year? (September 4)
  • August 30 – What does it mean to be a hero? (September 11)
  • September 6 – Invent something you wish existed. Tell us about it. (September 18)
  • September 13 – Write about a class or subject you wish was offered in school. (September 25)
  • September 20 – Describe a fun place or activity in your city to someone who has never visited. (October 2)
  • September 27 – What is your favorite non-electronic toy or game? (October 9)
  • October 4 – What food would you add to the school lunch menu? (October 16)
  • October 11 – List three positive adjectives to describe yourself. (October 23)
  • October 18 – What is your trick-or-treating strategy? (October 30)
  • October 25 – Someday, you and your classmates will be in charge of running the world. Which of your classmates would make the best president of the United States and why? (November 6)
  • November 1 – Write about an important person in your life. (November 13)
  • November 8 – Do you play a musical instrument? If not, is there one you would like to learn? (November 20)
  • November 15 – How do you help prepare for Thanksgiving Day?
  • November 22 – What is one book every kid should read? (December 4)
  • November 29 – What can you do this year to help others who are less fortunate than you? (December 11)
  • December 6 – Write about a favorite holiday tradition. (December 18)

The Write On Column will not be published during winter break.

  • January 10 – What is your New Year’s resolution? (January 22)
  • January 17 – What school rule would you like to change? (January 29)
  • January 24 – What do you think would be the most fun job to have? (February 5)
  • January 31 – How will you show love for a friend or family member this Valentine’s Day? (February 12)
  • February 7 – Imagine you’re give $100 to do random acts of kindness for others. What would you do? (February 19)
  • February 14 – Describe an imaginary place you would like to visit. (February 26)
  • February 21 – Nominate a classmate for an award. Why does this classmate deserve it? (March 4)
  • February 28 – What would happen if everyone lived in space? (March 11)
  • March 6 – What famous person would you like to have visit your school? (March 18)
  • March 13 – Would you like to own your own farm someday? What animals and crops would be part of your farm? (March 25)
  • March 20 – Write about something funny that has happened to you. (April 1)
  • March 27 – What are some safety tips for riding a bike, scooter, or skateboard? (April 8)
  • April 3 – Imagine you are a famous person. Why are you famous? Describe a typical day. (April 15)
  • April 10 – How do you try to be a good friend or citizen? (April 22)
  • April 17 – What could your school do to make it more fun for kids? (April 29)
  • April 24 – Write a note to a student who is entering the grade you’re completing, and explain how to be successful next year. (May 6)