2015 History Day District Participants
Feb. 28, 2015 at King Intermediate School
Macy Carroll, Madison Maronde, and Kealani Lui-Kwan are moving on to the State History Day competition for their individual performace category.
History Day District Awards
Michael Voss - Winston Churchill's Leadership During WWII.
Chloe Kopasz -The New York Radical Women and the Miss America Pageant Protest.
Kelci Hooker & Jessie Kinsler - Alfred Nobel: The Road to the Nobel Prize.
Carissa Mayo & Liv-Annika Solberg Stevenson - One of Marine Conservationist's Greatest Leaders.
Colton Blackmon & Kalaokahikina Handa - Jimmy Doolittle - American Hero, Aviation Legend.
Jacqueline "Kaiao" Cobeen - Leadership of the Protect Kaho`olawe `Ohana and the Legacy that Follows.
Madison Maronde - Queen Liliuokalani, The End of a Monarchy, The Start of Preserving the Hawaiian Culture.
Macy Carroll - Pol Pot's Reign of Terror.
Kealani Lui-Kwan - Senator Daniel Akaka: Leading the Way for the Apology Resolution and Akaka Bill.
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