Two South Students Qualify for National History Day Competition

Natalie Coronado and Luciano Ingrassano, students of Jeremiah Moore at South Middle School, qualified for the national competition for National History Day. Each first had to make it through both the regional and state-level competitions for a chance to represent Idaho at nationals. 

 

The virtual competition will be held June 12-18. This year’s overall theme is “Debate & Diplomacy in History: Successes, Failures, Consequences.

  • Luciano (Luc) created an exhibit, titled “Ping-Pong Diplomacy,” about the U.S. and China delegations that met via a ping pong exhibition.
  • Natalie (Nat) created a website about women’s suffrage and how it opened the door for the betterment of women.

 See more student accomplishments in this month's Nampa Pulse superintendent's newsletter at https://4.files.edl.io/a675/05/12/22/215336-fd733090-995a-4cc5-ab04-540a4e2fff85.pdf

 

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