31st Annual Kindest Kansas Citian Contest 2021

31st Annual Kindest Kansas Citian Contest 2021

Dear Kindest Kansas Citian Coordinator,

Thirty-one years ago, students in Greater Kansas City wrote essays about the kindest people they knew and entered them into a contest for the first time. Today, thousands of students still participate in this Kansas City tradition. Regardless of whether you have been a part of this tradition for years, or you are new to the contest, we at Synergy Services want to invite you to participate in 2021!

 To participate, simply encourage students to submit a one-page essay or drawing (for younger students) nominating an individual, couple, or group they feel deserves the "Kindest Kansas Citian" distinction. Please see attached PDF for contest rules and essay form. A community committee will then select the Top 20 student winners and their nominees to be honored on at our virtual event on Friday, May 7th, 2021 at the Kindest Kansas Citian Awards Celebration.

 We're going digital this year! We have a new online portal that we'll be rolling out in a few short weeks - don't worry - it's easy! You will be able to see all of your students entries, so you don't have to keep track of copies when your students may be in the classroom and/or at home. Please note that all entries must be received by Synergy Services by Friday, January 29th, 2021.

 As the Contest Coordinator, it is my pleasure to answer any questions you may have and assist the winning students and their nominees through the Awards Celebration process.

 At Synergy Services, we envision a world without family violence, abuse, and neglect. Achieving this vision requires a comprehensive approach with various programming to help reduce the negative impacts of trauma, empower our clients, and educate our community. The School Based Integrated Services program provides prevention, case management, and therapy to students and families directly in their school or community. The school based program reduces barriers to service, while increasing self-regulation and resiliency, and enhancing educators knowledge about trauma; using a holistic approach to shift school culture and help students to thrive.

 Thank you for your commitment to nurturing kindness in Kansas City’s youth!

Kind regards,

Katie Bromley

 Kindest Kansas Citian Contest Coordinator

 Synergy Services



Everything you need is just a click away at these links:

Essay Packet
Examples of Winning Entries