Shorewood students win History Day awards

Wednesday, March 24, 2010


By Craig Degginger, PIO, Shoreline Schools

Shorewood High School students took home 15 awards, the most of any high school in the North Puget Sound Regional History Day contest held March 19 at Shoreline Center.

The culmination of a year-long program in which students choose and research a topic, learning historical research principles and strategies, North Puget Sound Regional History Day is part of a national effort to enhance history education and prepare students to become informed and involved citizens. This year's contest theme is "Innovation in History: Impact and Change."

The Shorewood students qualified for the state competition at Bellevue College on Saturday, May 1. The top two finishers in each category at the state event will compete in the national contest June 13 to 17 at the University of Maryland, College Park.

At the Shoreline regional event, a record 556 students in grades 6-12 took part by conducting research and presenting their results in one of five categories: exhibits, papers, multi-media documentaries, original performances and websites.

 Shorewood's regional winners are:

Papers

Second place: Jacob Ziontz
Far Reaching Rights: An Era of Innovation in Treaty Law in Washington State that Impacted the Rights of Aboriginal Peoples Worldwide.

Individual Web sites
Second Place: Charlton Callender
Anesthesia, No Pain, No Gain

Fourth place: Chris Evans
The United States Supreme Court: The Provider of Equality

Fourth place: Jarren Petit
The Wright Brothers Flying with the Birds

Group Web sites

Second place: Madison Welsh/Emiko Yamada
Barcodes: A Revolution in Data Capture

Individual Exhibitions
Second place
Cindy Chung
Fast Food: a staple of America's diet

Third place
Rebecca Erickson
Braille

Group Exhibitions

First place
Ronnie Park/Tracy Peng/Kaia McChesney
Google: Worldwide Innovation

Second place
Jennifer Thompson/Andromeda Nicolai
Penicillin: Miracle Medicine Breakthrough

Second place
Michelle Wilson/Tyanna DeNova/Ashley Greyell
Flappers: Bringing change to women through innovation of new beliefs

Third place
Dana Brindle/Ruth Wabula
The Innovation of Fast-Food: Big Industry, Big Problems


Individual documentaries

Second place
Trevor Cronin
The Stolen Generation: The Story of the Australian Aboriginal Children

First place
Rika Inouye
Innovations in Northwest Jazz Education

Second place
Dodge Schaeffer
Inspiration: Galileo Through Out Time

Group documentaries

Fourth place
Charlie Wakenshaw/Kameron Gronvold
Plastic: The Invasive Innovation


Photos by Don Wilson



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