History Day needs a few more judges

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Judges needed for web sites
Photo by Don Wilson
History Day judging organizer Gayle Edwards reports that she has received many replies to the call for judges but still need a few more, particularly for Papers and for Website.

Contact them in the next few days if you are willing to give a few hours of your time.

Use this link to register now to judge our 2013 North Puget Sound History Day projects.

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. We expect to see contest entries from over 400 students at the Shoreline Center on Wednesday, March 20, 2013. 

Judges will work in teams of three. They need help evaluating student work at two different times:
  1. Judges to read papers and evaluate websites in February and early March. Judges work independently but meet briefly once as a team of three to assemble results. 
  2. We need judges to evaluate exhibits, documentaries and performances at the Shoreline Center on Wednesday, March 20. Most judges will serve only in the morning. Some experienced judges will be asked to serve also in the afternoon.

Sign up to judge hereEmail for more information or check out the web page here.


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