District National History Day Competition
National History Day
Winners of District 7 National History Day competition held in Pinedale on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Pinedale.
March 25, 2012
The Wyoming District 7 History Day competition was held on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at the Sublette BOCES building in Pinedale. National History Day makes history come alive for America's youth by engaging them in the discovery of the historic, cultural and social experiences of the past. Through hands-on experiences and presentations, today's youth are better able to inform the present and shape the future. NHD inspires children through exciting competitions and transforms teaching through project-based curriculum and instruction. In Wyoming, National History Day is coordinated through the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming.
Wyoming is broken into seven districts for National History Day. District 7 includes Sublette, Sweetwater and Uinta counties. Coordinator for District 7 was Ann Noble.
The theme for 2012 was: "Revolution, Reaction, Reform in History."
Middle school students are in the junior division.
High School students are in the senior division.
1st place: Zoe Noble, "Revolution, Reaction, and Reform; The Atomic Bomb".
1st Place: Lizabeth Hampton, "New Harmony – Utopia vs the Human Condition"
2nd place: Hattie McKay, "Chinese Massacre"
3rd place: Shay Rule, "The Nineteenth Amendment"
1st place: Nathan Lee, "Trail of Tears: A Story Revolution, Reaction and Reform by American Greed"
1st Place: Emily Sikorski, "Pauline Sabin"
1st place: Dustin Steele, Schaan Hughes, Sara Ritschel, "The Hippie Revolution".
1st place: Dawson Hoover, "Reaction Revolution Reform of the Cuban Missile Crisis"
1st place: Maeve Poulson, Tiara Morgan, "Reaction and Reform to the Holocaust"
2nd place: KrystaStreiff, Lexi Bishop, "Chains of Prejudice Starts the Break: Reaction, Reform, and Revolution Towards Equal Rights"
1st place: Caitlin Tan, "The U.S. Constitution: A Counter-Revolution"
2nd place: Owen Saunders, "The Revolution of Aircraft and War"
1st place: Kelli Terrell, Alison Wadsworth, "Charlie "Yardbird" Parker"
2nd place: Shelby Dueitt, Dalton Proud, "The March on Washington"
3rd place: Bekah Knapp, Allison Sturman, "Henry Ford and the Model T"
1st place: Laura Noble, "The Germ Theory: The Revolution of Medicine"
1st place: Calvin Makelky, "The Unknown Martyr: Curt Flood"
2nd place: Taylln Costello, "The New Deal: The Social Security Act of 1935"
1st place: Josh Eaton, Riley Cameron, Jacob Reynolds, "Aviation Exploration"
2nd place: Will Nelson, Kyle Mivshek, Shawn Butner, "The War In Wyoming"
Special Awards winners:
Dr. David Kathka History Day Award: Calvin Makelky
Sublette County Artists Guild Scholarship: Zoe Noble and Lizabeth Hampton
Sublette County Historical Society Scholarship: Nathan Lee
Green River Valley Museum Scholarship: Talyn Costello
Surveyor Scherbel Scholarship: Laura Noble
Best of the Show, Sublette County Historic Preservation Board: Ali Wadsworth, Kelli Terrell, and Emily Sikorski.
Judges: Helena Linn, Gina Feltner, Madeleine Murdock, Sam Drucker, Dave Vlcek, Lars Michnevich, Clint Gilchrist, Kenda Tanner, Angie Thomas, Suzy Michnevich and Mary Jane Kleven.
Sponsors: BOCES, Rocky Mountain Bank, Office Outlet, Chambers House Bed and Breakfast, Museum of the Mountain Man
All of these students will now move onto State Competition at the University of Wyoming in Laramie on Monday, April 16, 2012. National History Day will be held June 10-14, 2012, at the University of Maryland, College Park.
For more information, contact:
Ann Noble, District 7 Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dick Kean, State Coordinator for Wyoming
Wyoming History Day
University of Wyoming - Dept. 3924
1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071-3924
Phone: (307) 766-2300
Thank you to Ann Noble for her contribution to this article.