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Fridley Middle School National History Day Thursday 5:30–8:30 p.m.

Theme is 'People, Ideas, Events.' Seventh graders are participating for the first time.

See what Fridley Middle School students have come up with for National History Day in response to the theme People, Ideas, Events on Thursday, Feb. 7, 5:30–8:30 p.m.

For the first time, seventh graders will take part, and ninth graders will also be on hand to show off their projects.

According to an announcement from the Fridley School District:

All 7th and 8th grade Humanities and Language A classes and some 9th grade Humanities classes will be sharing their History Day projects. Students have worked very hard and are excited to share their projects with family, community members and staff.

PK March 20, 2013 at 05:26 PM
Congratulations and good luck to the 11 Fridley Middle School students who advanced to National History Day State Competition to be held May 4, 2013 at the U of MN Twin Cities. Great job too by the 10 FMS students who received Honorable Mentions. We are very proud of these young students in our community! GOING TO STATE: Sumaya Alfath – Individual Exhibit – “Mr. Gorbechev, Tear Down This Wall! The Fall of the Berlin Wall” Maureen Zeleny & Maija Salo – Group Exhibit – The Vaccination of Polio Ayan Sheikdon & Juliet Huynh – Group Exhibit – “A New Era of Voting Rights: The 19th Amendment” Anne Tangren & Leann Lenon – Group Exhibit – “Penicillin: Saving Lives One Shot at a Time” Jennie Ollila & Katie Christenson – Group Exhibit – “Roe vs. Wade” Gao Yang & Jasmin Khang – Group Exhibit – “Harriet Tubman: The Moses of Her People” HONORABLE MENTIONS: Nate Sheferaw (& Gayflor Flomo) – Group Performance – “Walking for Justice: Rosa Parks” Tristan Herder & Skyler Larson – Group Performance – “Marie Curie or The X-Ray” Miranda Olson & Jasmine Pierce – Group Documentary – “The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League” Sabrina Barrett – Individual Exhibit – “Teamsters 574 Bloody Victory” Elliot Becker & Parth Bhakta – Group Exhibit – “The Axis Attacks! The Attack on Pearl Harbor” Ramla Mohammed & Anisa Hussein – Group Exhibit – “America’s First Medical Pioneer Woman: Elizabeth Blackwell”

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