Southern Garrett High School students enrolled in Ms. Rhonda Tasker’s world history classes competed in a Social Studies Fair recently conducted at the school. Participants completed a cultural project on a country or a National History Day project. Both projects required extensive research of various standards in social studies. The criteria for the country project included a presentation board, traditional food and music, a constructed model, and a technology component. The National History Day projects were centered around the theme “Taking a Stand in History”. The Social Studies fair was held in the school’s media center where students presented their projects to various judges, social studies teachers, and classmates. Winners are pictured below with their projects.
Junior Claire Grove will advance to the Maryland History Day Competition in the performance category.
Juniors Kaitlyn Byrd and Aryssa Corby will compete in the group exhibit category at the Maryland History Day Competition.
Junior Sheyenne Tichnell created the best individual model representing the national animal of Scotland.
Juniors Isaac McRobie and Nick Glotfelty were awarded best group model for their replica of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil.
Juniors Zachary Burgess and C.J. Davis created the best visual impact with their project display about Mexico.
Juniors Jacob Strosnider, Chase Mason and Dalton Rinker won best in show for the addition of artifacts to their project about Russia.
Juniors Courtney Roth and Regina Roberts (not pictured) won best overall group project about Italy.
Junior Winnie Dong's project about China was awarded best overall individual project.
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