Mark your calendars for March 24, 2020 for HD20!
The theme for this year is "Breaking Barriers in History"
Sat., Oct. 12 – SHSMO Workshop canceled
Nov. 1 - New NHD website platform will be available
Nov. 14 - History Day Teachers Workshop at Richland High School, 5-7pm, SIGN UP HERE by Nov. 8.
Fri., Jan. 17, 2020 - History Day Registration Begins
Tues., Feb. 25 - Registration Ends – all students participating in the contest must be registered by this date. If they are submitting websites or papers, the complete project must be submitted as well. For exhibits, documentaries, and performances, students just register their name and project type and title. For groups, students should shouild link under one project title.
Tues., March 24 – History Day Contest!
The contest begins at 9am, but students may arrive as early as 7am to begin setting up. After their project is judged, students are welcome to hang out in the Academic Hall Auditorium, where we will show HD documentaries from previous years and other open source films relating to history. Teachers, rest assured that social studies education students will be present in the auditorium to supervise students. The awards ceremony will begin at 2:00PM this year.
Introducing two new special awards in 2020!
Info about new special awards - teachers, as your students are choosing their topics, please remind them of our two new special prizes. The two best projects in the categories below will receive a $100 cash prize!
Best Historic Preservation Entry
The best project addressing a topic related to our architectural, archaeological or cultural heritage will receive an award from the Historic Preservation Program.
The best project celebrating cultural diversity will receive an award from the Department of History & Anthropology Diversity Committee.
Check us out on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/semohistoryday/
HD19 Contest Winners.pdf
Discussion with Judges: Students, please be prepared to answer judges’ questions about the content and development of your entry and to explain the design, research, and creation of your entry. Judges need to know that your entry is the result of your own work. However, you may not give a formal, prepared introduction, narration, or conclusion. Let the judges’ questions guide the interview. Ultimately, your entry should be able to stand on its own without any additional comments from you.
- Students should bring a copy of their annotated bibliography and any materials specific to their category to the contest.
- If your project is a documentary, please post it on YouTube or another clous-based service in case your flash drive does not work.
Thank you for volunteering to judge History Day!
Please plan to attend one of the judging training sessions.
These are scheduled for:
Monday, March 18, 4-5pm in UC Program Lounge, all formats
Exhibits and performances: Tuesday March 19, 8:15am-9am in UC Redhawks Room, all formats (coffee/tea & breakfast provided)
Documentaries: Tuesday March 19, 8am-9am in Carnahan 109 (coffee/tea & breakfast provided)
HD 2019 Final Schedule.pdf