More than two dozen Templeton Middle School eighth-graders competed March 29 at the eastern regional level of National History Day at Carroll University. Ten students qualified to advance to the May 3 state competition at Edgewood College in Madison.
National History Day is an academic enrichment program for students in grades 6-12. Students select topics connected to an annual theme and complete their own in-depth research on the topic. This year the annual theme is “Rights and Responsibilities.” Students present their conclusions in exhibit boards, performances, websites, papers or documentaries.
Students from Templeton and their projects advancing to the state junior division level are:
- Kennedy Lor – “Joan of Arc: The Maid of France:
- Trevor Wallis – “The Changing Rights of American Women”
- Nicholas Gierach and Cameron Davis – “D-Day”
- Kylie Earing – “ Girls’ Education Rights in Pakistan”
- Emily Sereg (alternate) – “American with Disabilities Act: Public Accomodations”
- Ann Marie Krolczyk and Madison Earing – “The Fire That Changed Everything”
- Taylor Earing and Hang Yin (alternates) – “John Peter Zenger: Freedom of the Press”