Correction: Four Shorewood finalists for state History Day competition

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Judging exhibits at Regional History Day 2012
Photo by Don Wilson

Four Shorewood High School projects have qualified for state competition following the North Puget Sound Regional History Day contest at Shoreline Center. All are advanced placement students under teacher Mikael Christensen.

History Day is part of a national effort to enhance history education and prepare students to become informed and involved citizens.

At the Shoreline regional event, 490 students in grades 6 to 12 participated by conducting research and presenting their results in one of five categories: exhibits, papers, multi-media documentaries, original performances and websites. They work as individuals or in groups of up to five members.

The state competition will be held at Bellevue College on Saturday, May 5. The top two finishers in each category will compete in the national contest June 10 to 14 at the University of Maryland, College Park.

This year's contest theme is "Revolution, Reaction, Reform in History."

The Shorewood state qualifiers:

SENIOR INDIVIDUAL DOCUMENTARY:
First Place: Elizabeth Watt, “The Heart of Words: The Revolutionary Artwork of the Dada Movement and the Political Reform that Followed.” Teacher: Mikael Christensen.

SENIOR INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT:
Second Place: Wing-Sum Law, “Rachel Carson: The Reaction and Revolution that Gave Spring its Voice Back.” Teacher: Mikael Christensen.

SENIOR INDIVIDUAL WEB SITE:
First Place: Ali Jackson, “The Women Air Force Service Pilots: Revolutionary Aviators Changing the Position of Women in Society and the Military.” Teacher: Mikael Christensen.

SENIOR GROUP EXHIBIT:
First Place: "The Cold War as a Catalyst: How U.S.-Soviet Competition Advanced Technology." Students: Ariadna Norberg, Katy Kuznetsova, Ana Barnes,  Teacher: Mikael Christensen.


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