Wow! We can’t express enough how proud we are of all of the 7th and 8th grade students. Our FSM History Day was a success, and FSM students did an outstanding job showcasing their hard work! Months of research and hard work were evident in each student’s project.
Twenty six students represented FSM at the regional History Day event on Saturday, March 3rd at St. Paul College.
Listed with each student’s name is the topic they chose to study for their project, as well as whether or not the project received honorable mention or is moving on to state competition. For websites and papers, we will not know the state finalists until the end of March.
- Grace – Dada in Zurich (Honorable Mention)
- Olivia -Talkie Movies
- Paige- Graffiti/Street Art
- Meara – Lewis Hine & Child Labor (State)
- Nate – The IWW Labor Union (State)
- Laurel Neufeld—Title IX (Honorable Mention)
- Tessa – Antisepsis and Surgery (State)
- Alison – Smith College & Women’s Education
- Zach – David Ben Gurion and the Israeli Revolution
- Lizzy – Reform of State Mental Hospitals (State)
- Riley – State of Minnesota v. Phillip Morris (Honorable Mention)
- Annie – Nirvana’s Nevermind (State)
- Ingrid -Women’s Dress Reform (State)
- Julian -Nazi Propaganda
- Elena – Civil Rights & the Academy of Awards
- Sylvan – Hip Hop
- Geo -The Microchip and Moore’s Law
- Jamie – Televised Presidential Debates
- Sam St. – The Minstrel Show
- Sam Sw. – Cannons in the Middle Ages
- Cameron & Emma – Surgeon General Warning on Cigarettes
- Arius – Jackie Robinson
- Oscar – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
- Luke – Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Andy – Green Revolution and Population
- Hannah – The Birth Control Movement in Minnesota
Thank you students and parents for all the hard work and support during this process!
– Rebecca and Melissa