Judges needed for 2014 North Puget Sound History Day

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Exhibits from 2012 History Day
Photo by Steven H. Robinson


2014 North Puget Sound History Day, Friday, March 21, 2014

History Day judges are adults with an interest in history and a desire to help students in grades 6 -12 improve their ability to do historical research and present their results in public. Contest entries are expected from about 500 students at the Shoreline Center on Friday, March 21, 2014. Judges will work in teams of three.

Help is needed to evaluate student work at two different times:



1. Judges to read papers and evaluate web sites in February and early March. Judges work independently but meet briefly once as a team of three to assemble results. If you are interested in those types of entries, please indicate that when you register.

Paper and web site judging coordinators will be asking potential judges to attend an evening orientation session at the Shoreline Center on Tuesday, February 11 (papers), or Wednesday, February 12 (web sites).  If it is not possible for you to attend your orientation session, our coordinators will provide you with your assignment and instructions individually. Please register to judge papers or web sites by January 31.

2. Judges to evaluate exhibits, documentaries and performances at the Shoreline Center on Friday, March 21.  Most judges will serve only in the morning. Please indicate when you register whether you can also serve in the afternoon.

Mark your calendars as follows:

7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Meet in the Shoreline Room for orientation.
9:00 - 11:30 a.m. Evaluate entries in preliminary round
 
12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Final round judges evaluate entries.
For judging entries on the day of the contest, register no later than February 28.

To sign up to judge, go to the webpage.  For further information, email Gayle Edwards, Judging Coordinator for North Puget Sound History Day.


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