Ralston Public Schools would like to recognize students involved in this year's National History Day projects. Students at Ralston Middle School and Ralston High School recently competed in the District competition.
The students have worked hard since October creating websites, exhibits, performances, and writing papers centered around this year's theme: Communication in History: The Key to Understanding.
After the competition season, make sure to follow the District on social media (Facebook and Twitter) to see features on each of these students and their projects.
Click HERE to read an article featured in the Ralston Recorder on Ralston Middle School's involvement in National History Day.
The following students will be moving on to the state competition. Congratulations and good luck!
Ralston Middle School
First Place Group Exhibit: John Gilmore and Lauren Walmrath
First Place Group Performance: Nicole Koloen and Keira Dunham
Second Place Group Website: Kham Alstatt and Ethan McDaniel
First Place Group Website: Hannah Carroll, Ireland Muhlecke, Jessika Longacre, and Sophia Hardy
Third Place Junior Paper: Lydia Langfeldt
Second Place Junior Paper: Morgan Ritchey
Second Place Individual Website: Carlos Guerrero
Ralston High School
First Place Individual Website, Metropolitan Community College Award, and Sarpy County Museum Award: Grace Belter
First Place Senior Group Website: Eli Smith and Dylan Lewis