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History Day Competition held at Red Lake Middle & High School

 

January 27, 2017

On January 25, 2017, 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 "Taking a Stand in History." Projects were judged and select projects were chosen to move onto the next level of competition, Regionals.

This year the Northwest Regional Competition will be held March 6 at Bemidji State University. Students from area schools will gather at the Regional Competition to compete for the opportunity to go to the State History Day Competition in April.

Students moving onto Regionals:

Junior Individual Exhibit:

Amber McNeal - Lavender Scare

Azlynn Jourdain - Stonewall Riot

Karen Guise - Irena Sendler: A Life Saver

Ken Sayers - Sitting Bull

Junior Group Exhibit:

Nataya Neadeau, TeAnndra Pemberton-Kingbird, Santana Cloud - Cesar Chavez

Kelanna McClain, LaTayla Pemberton, Sierra May - Little Rock Nine

Anna Duque, Kiah McKenzie, Alexys May - Montgomery Bus Boycott

Junior Individual Website:

Thomas Sayers - Gettysburg Address

Junior Group Website:

Justice Iceman, Bruce Taylor - Harriet Tubman

Senior Individual Exhibit:

Violet May - Standing Tall

Daylen French - Emancipation Proclamation

Senior Group Exhibit:

David Smith, Jalen Kelly - Chief Pontiac's Rebellion

Angel McClain, Cimone Spears, Autumn May - Nelson Mandela: Stand Against Apartheid

Kaylynn Chaboyea, Joelle Droulliard - The Hiding Place

Celina Seki, Erin Lussier, Tori Seki - The Fall that Started It All

Senior Group Documentary:

Liz Barrett, Quinten Chaboyea - He Who Is Spoken To: Taking a Stand for Future Generations

 

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