Northshore Students Advance to Nationals in the National History Day Contest

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Five Northshore School District (NSD) students advanced to nationals for the National History Day Contest last month. NSD had a strong showing at the regional event, with many students placing in their events. The top two from each event qualify for nationals, which will be held June 9-13 at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Below are the results of NSD students who placed:
Junior Group Documentary
Fifth Place - Maria Sushmitha - Northshore Middle School
Junior Group Performance
First Place - Anna Hampton, Noor Khalidi, Megumi Okamoto, Charlotte Kovacich - Timbercrest Middle School
Sixth Place - Abigael Wood, Yeju Kwon, Megan Tracy - Timbercrest Middle School
Junior Group Website
Fourth Place - Kate Kresken, Giuliana Farkas - Northshore Middle School
Junior Individual Documentary
Second Place - Vibhaakshayaa Sathish Kumar - Skyview Middle School
Third Place - Haley Van Meurs - Northshore Middle School
Sixth Place - Daniel Pomeroy - Leota Middle School
Junior Individual Exhibit
Second Place - Prisha Patel - Woodinville High School
Third Place - Ally Hong - Northshore Middle School
Fourth Place - Liana Moldovanu - Northshore Middle School
Junior Individual Performance
Second Place - Megan Bartol - Northshore Middle School
Sixth Place - Sarah Vannoy - Timbercrest Middle School
Junior Individual Website
Third Place - Colin Pascual - Leota Middle School
Sixth Place - Shuai Shuai Li - Northshore Middle School
Senior Individual Website
Third Place - Samarth Venkatesh - Bothell High School
Junior Paper
First Place - Andrew Da - Northshore Middle School
Third Place - Yash Mathur - Northshore Middle School

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