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19 RLHSRLMS Projects move on to Regionals in History Day Competition

Northwest Regional Competition will be held March 1 at Red Lake Middle School

 

On January 27, 2016, 7th and 8th grade Academy students at Red Lake Middle School and Red Lake High School students competed in their school History Day Competition.

Students researched and presented History Day projects related to the theme, "Exploration, Encounter, Exchange in History."

Nineteen projects were chosen to move onto the next level of competition, which are the Regionals. This year, the Northwest Regional Competition will be held March 1 at Red Lake Middle School. Students from area schools will gather at the Regional Competition to compete for the opportunity to go to the State History Day Competition in May.

Students moving onto Regionals:

Websites:

History of the Machine Gun – Marcus Jones

Japanese-American Internment Camps – Lisa Thunder

Apollo 11 – Reise Prentice & David Seki

Exhibits:

Bring Back the Walleye- Violet May

Sir Isaac Newton- Vaughn Day

The Invention of Basketball – Autumn Holthusen, Marlene Blue & LaShaun Roy

Mastermind of Concentration Camps – Thea Hill, Joelle Drouillard, Kyliah Day

Amelia Earhart – Kelsie Johnson, Kyriah Johnson & LaTayla Pemberton

Through Her Eyes, Ruby Bridges – Kelanna McClain, Sierra May, Stephanie Rainey

The Aryan Race – Erin Lussier & Celina Seki

Pearl Harbor – Alexys May

The Ghettos of the Holocaust – KayLynn Chaboyea

Titanic – Adrianna Duque

Helen Keller – Kiley Howard

Albert Einstein – Azlynn Jourdain

Rosa Parks – Arianna Greene

Freedom Riders – Ashlen Roy

Trail of Tears – Addaley Kutchera

Cubism – Amber McNeal

 

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