Published on Tue., April 7, 2015

History Day participantsE. C. Glass High School swept all categories in their level at the regional level of the 2015 National History Day Contest. The following students will move on to the state competition April 18th in Petersburg.

Research Papers
1st - Emma Eubank
2nd - Nuha Reza

Individual Exhibits
1st - Sydney Walker
2nd - Ethan Snyder
3rd - Brady Lafen

Group Exhibits
1st - Ana Shabestar and Audrey Billard
2nd - Audrey Martin and Hannah White

Individual Performance
1st - Katherine Morse

Individual Documentary
2nd - Lauren Brown

Group Documentary
1st - Spencer Cohen, Youbin Roh, and Phillip Kreis

Group Website
2nd - Mary Anders Gavedon and Macy Brandon

Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle School for Innovation TV and Media Production student Eleanor Matthews won first place at the History Day competition for her documentary titled: “Lucille Ball: America’s First Comedy Queen.” Click here to view. She used the skills shed learned in her class at Dunbar to create the video.  

Linkhorne Middle School students also placed in the following categories:

Historical Papers
1st - Cy Pabis
2nd - Laura Cate

Individual Exhibits
1st - Erin McCarthy
2nd - Kai Reese
3rd - Becca Richards

Group Documentary   
2nd - Grace Gada & Gillian Batt

Group Exhibits
1st - Hampton Dodd, Colby Mandeville & Ethan Gerhardt


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