Across the country, high school students participate in National History Day by submitting their independent research in this national competition. The theme this year  is Conflict & Compromise.  Students select their own topic, find the significance of their event in history and create a project in their chosen area: performance, documentary, research paper, exhibit or web site.   Read more about National History Day here or www.louisianahistoryday.org

There are three levels of competition: the regional, state and national. Every year, the Shreveport Regional portion of National History Day is held at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum.

For 2018’s National History Day, area students will bring their projects to the museum on Saturday, March 3, 2018 to be judged.   The winners of the regional competition will compete on the state level in New Orleans on April 14, 2018. Those winners will represent Louisiana for the final, national competition in Washington DC on June 10-14, 2018.

The Shreveport Regional winners from March 3rd, 2018 are:

PAPERS (SENIOR-INDIVIDUAL):  – 1st place – Veronica Penales  2nd place  – Anna Denis   3rd place  – Sarah Salvatore

DOCUMENTARY (SENIOR–GROUP): – 1st place – Morgan McGuire, Ashley Stephens, Kaili Taylor  2nd place – Alex Mash & Ben Hall

EXHIBIT (SENIOR-GROUP):   – 1st place – Taylor Patrick & Areion Washington

EXHIBIT (SENIOR  INDIVIDUAL) – 1st Place – Katherine Adderly

WEBSITE (SENIOR INDIVIDUAL):  –  1st place – Myjoycia Cezar,    2nd place – Savannah Badt

WEBSITE (SENIOR GROUP) – 1st Place – Isabel Penales, Morgan Roque & Maria Vu  2nd Place – Jordan Fong & Mallory Tucker  3rd Place – Trey Barlow, Johnny Van Savage & Alex Yu

PERFORMANCE (SENIOR INDIVIDUAL):   1st place -Amanda-Marie Davis

PERFORMANCE (SENIOR GROUP) 1st Place – Caitlyn Hatchett & Tara Butler

JUNIOR WEBSITE (GROUP) 1st Place – Ella Bylsma, Julianne de Los Reyes, Jude Gaitan & Greenley Gamble  2nd Place – Karlo Penales, Annabelle Wood Sam Brainard & Reagan Johnson

JUNIOR EXHIBITS (GROUP) 1st Place – Gray Burch, Henry Hood, Lucy Reading & Sarah Roppolo  2nd Place – Henry Negron, Karrington Carter,  Emily Rowe & William Hardtner  3rd Place Collier White, Ella Turner, Mabry Soul & John Patrick Bartle.

Please contact Cindy Grogan with any questions at 318-632-2020 or cgrogan@sos.la.gov