History Day is an inter-disciplinary research project for students in grades 6-12. 
Students choose a topic that relates to an annual theme, research that topic, and develop their research into one of five presentation categories: research paper, exhibit, documentary, performance, or website. Students may then enter their projects into History Day competitions at school, regional, state, and national levels.
History Day teaches students to:
  • Conduct in-depth research
  • Use primary and secondary sources
  • Read a variety of texts
  • Analyze and synthesize information
  • Write and present historical content
The library play a vital role for in supporting students as they research their projects, watch this video to learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSkY5uKJl34#t=55.
And statewide Legacy funds are available to provide transportation from schools to libraries. For more information contact Chris Magnusson
For more information or to get involved in History Day, request more information online or contact the History Day staff.