Friday, May 04, 2007

Mich. sixth-grader with ADD wins Jackie Robinson essay contest

Jack Prey, a sixth-grader in Milford, Mich., with attention-deficit disorder, is one of three national winners of an essay contest in honor of Jackie Robinson, the baseball star and first black player in the big leagues in 1947. Jack and two other winners beat out 8,500 entrants competing for trips and a laptop computer for each winner and their teachers. (Mich.)

Read his story: MY BATTLE WITH ADD

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