Write on Sports
Inspiring Students to Write
by Writing About Sports
The 2022 Literacy Champions are Tina Cervasio and Doug Doyle.
The evening will feature a silent auction, dinner, and awards program.
Date and Time
Sept 28, 2022, 6:00PM – 10:00PM
550 Avenue at Port Imperial
Weehawken, NJ 07086
Write on Sports helps middle school students from underserved communities develop reading and writing skills and build self-confidence using the lens of sports and the tools of journalism. Middle school students enhance their critical thinking and learn how to effectively tell stories at our tuition-free writing programs. Most of all, they learn that anything is possible with passion, effort, and the support of people who care.
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Write on Sports works with at-risk middle school students to improve their creative writing skills by tapping into their passion for sports at our writing programs.
News & Events
MaryEllen joined the Board in the Spring of 2022 and has quickly become a fierce advocate for the organization as we continue to grow and reach more communities. Her personal connection to writing extends from the tragic loss of her husband, John, on 9/11. In her own words, MaryEllen shares why she is passionate about writing.
Write on Sports, Inc. Awarded $35,000 in WNBC/WNJU Project Innovation Funding to Expand Summer and After-school Literacy Programs
Nonprofit is One of 10 Tri-State Grant Winners Out of
Event Date – Sept 28, 2022, 6-10pm
The event celebrates the 17th Anniversary of Write on Sports while recognizing the accomplishments of our students and teachers.
The Student Experience
Student Work Spotlight
An Overview of How Snowboarding Affects Someone’s Everyday Life
By Earl H. III
Snowboarding is a wintertime sport that is rapidly growing in popularity. Snowboarding is an entertaining and enjoyable activity for everyone, and research states that it is really beneficial.
The Write on Sports Literacy Ambassadors are professional journalists and athletes who interact with students and support the growth of the organization throughout the year.
New York Times
NCAA, Seton Hall University
New Jersey Devils