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Making Impressions: Carlisle Advances 18 Students to State Level NHD Competition

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Sarah Clayville
8th grade student, Bailey Clayville, stands next to her History Day project. Clayville’s project focuses on the impact of Billie Jean King as an icon of change in the realm of women’s sports.

This past Saturday, March 2, several Carlisle Area School District students participated in the PA Region 8 National History Day competition which took place at Messiah University. Out of the students that participated, 18 have won awards for their in-depth research projects and the opportunity to present their findings at the state level. The state level competition will take place at Scranton University on April 20 and 21. The winners of their respective categories are listed below.

Junior Individual Exhibit:

1st- Bailey Clayville

Senior Individual Exhibit:

2nd- Allison Negley

3rd- Reese Campbell

Senior Group Exhibit: 

2nd- Jenavieve Thomas and Chevelle Basham

3rd- Ana Bondy and Charlotte Hull

Senior Individual Media

3rd- Cameron Shull

Senior Group Media

1st- Eileen Wang and Christabelle Kirkham

Senior Individual Website

1st- Jonas Guy

2nd- Daria Kazemi

Senior Group Website

1st- Emily Serafin and Kendall Witman

2nd- Will Pippin and Brooks Tumlin

Senior Research Paper 

1st- Landon Spence

2nd- Keegan Spencer

 

 

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Hannah Stoner is a senior at Carlisle High School. She is excited and proud to be returning to the Periscope staff for her fourth year as journalism has always interested her. She enjoys reading, writing, watching TV, solving puzzles and spending time with her family. She also plays on the school's field hockey team.
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