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2021-2022 National Literary Competition Timeline

Middle/High School

Registration and Submissions period: December 6th, 2021 from 8:00am EST through December 17, 2021 at 4:00pm EST*.

Awards ceremony live-streamed on January 21st

Announce winners & honorable mentions on Facebook starting after January 21st

Elementary School

Registration and Submissions period: February 21st from 8:00am EST through March 4th at 4:00pm EST*.

Awards ceremony live-streamed on April 1st

Announce winners & honorable mentions on Facebook starting after April 1st

*Note: Any submissions submitted before or after the designated opening and closing dates and times will not be accepted.

Resources for ASL Teachers/Specialists

  • For the paper registration form that can be sent to parents, click here
  • For the Spanish version of the paper registration form, click here
  • For middle/high school flyer to distribute to students or post up in hallways, click here
  • For elementary flyer to distribute to students or post up in hallways, click here
  • For videos of past winners, please go to History
  • Check out this video of Dos and Don’ts for the National Literary Competition:

Dos and Don'ts for National Literary Competition ASL Video Submission

We are now 6 weeks away from the registration and submission period of this year's National Literary Competition! Unsure of how to do your ASL Video for the ASL competition? Our office has produced a video that visually describes the dos and don'ts for ASL video submissions. We hope you get as much of a kick out of watching this as we did making it! Questions or concerns: contact us at youthprograms@gallaudet.edu

Posted by Gallaudet University Youth Programs on Thursday, October 25, 2018

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National Literary Competition

Peet Hall 412

(202) 651-5000

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