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Barker Students Advance to the Regional History Day Fair

The following Barker Middle School students from Ms. Pol's and Mr. Eldridge's Social Studies classes have advanced to the Regional History Day Fair.  They will compete against other regional students on Saturday, February 22nd.  Good Luck, Barker!
 
Exhibits:
  1. Owen Eisele "Breaking Barriers - Benazir Bhutto"
  2. Madelyn Shinn "Water Crisis in Sudan"
  3. Hazel Murphy "The Lost Boys of Sudan"
  4. Ella Frever and Khushi Patel "Lost Girls of Sudan"
  5. Emilio Munoz, Ryan Darschewski, and Nolan Painter "Fleeing Genocide in Sudan"
  6. Dianna Lyon and Kamar Scully "Breaking Barriers: Underground Railroad"
  7. Joanna Ringstad and Billie Hall "How the Paperclip Project Broke Barriers"
  8. Roberto Fonseca and Halton Duke "The Lost Boys of Sudan"
Documentaries:
  1. Bailey Chavis, Hannah Parker, Brielle Jones "The Lost Girls of Sudan"
  2. Tessa Monger and Brayden Westphal "George Rogers Clark Campaign"
  3. Kaylee Richardson "Expulsion of Jews and Muslims from Spain"
Websites:
  1. Jeremiah Allen "The Armenian Genocide"
  2. Hayden Jones and Landen Hall "Michigan City and the Underground Railroad"
  3. Emilie Rice "Marlene Dietrich: Breaking Barriers in the Holocaust"
  4. Mackenzie Ursida "Holocaust Survivor Recovery"
 

 

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