Emmaus High School Results
Nine Emmaus High School students competed in the Pennsylvania History Day Competition at Carlisle High School on Friday, May 10th, 2019 and Saturday, May 11th, 2019. EHS students began their History Day projects in September 2018. Emmaus High School held its in-school event in January 2019 and the regional competition was March 23, 2019. The following students competed at the Pennsylvania History Day Event; the bolded project has advanced to the National History Day Competition:
Individual Exhibit, Senior Division:
Mia Day – The Triumph and Tragedy of Tenochtitlán: The Establishment of the Aztec Empire and Its Abrupt End
Sophia Harris- Triangle: The Tragic Fire the Brought Triumphant Change to America
Group Documentary, Senior Division:
Nicholas Cannone, Ishaan Lal, and Nathaniel Wertz – The Tragedy of Polio and the Triumph of a Vaccine
Group Exhibit, Senior Division:
Danielle Kleinberg and Krista Slifka- The Triumph and Tragedy of Bethlehem Steel
Group Performance, Senior Division:
Pandora Schoen and Stefania Schoen- “They Called Us ‘The Night Witches’”: The Tragedy of War and the Triumph of Determination
Pandora Schoen and Stefania Schoen earned First Place in the Group Performance, Senior Division Category; their project has advanced to the National History Day Competition. They will compete at that event this June. Danielle Kleinberg and Krista Slifka earned Third Place in the Group Exhibit, Senior Division Category; their project is an alternate for the national competition. Thank you for your continued support of the History Day program.
Lower Macungie Middle School Results
Congratulations to our LMMS 13 students, who brought 7 projects to the State History Day Contest this weekend. The following places were won:
2nd Place, Group Documentary: Bence Czeczon, Max Kennedy, Paul Schmidt – “Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Finding Peace Through Death”
*This project moves on the National Competition in June.
3rd Place, Group Documetary: Nadia Anthony, Julia McDonnell – “Frida Kahlo: A Life of Artistic Triumph Inspired by an Unexpected Tragedy”
*This project is an alternate for the National Competition.
5th Place, Group Website: Ryan Baig, Ben Kitchen, Elijah Miller – “D-Day: A Tragic Victory”
Congratulations to all of our participants.