Students Recognized for National History Awards

Posted 10/6/20, 4:23 PM
Congratulation to students Allison Reed and Kaitlin Jackson for earning national awards for their History Day projects. The two were recognized at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, October 5.

Allison earned first prize at National History Day in the Individual Documentary competition for her presentation entitled “All the World Loves a Baby: Breaking the Two Pound Barrier.” Kaitlin, in her first trip to National History Day, earned 10th place in the Historical Paper category with her paper “The Struggle to Break the Sound Barrier.”

Allison Reed also recently learned that she was the $6,000 Grand Prize winner of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes’ annual Discovery Award competition,

Allison and Kaitlin are pictured with Auburn-Washburn Superintendent Dr. Scott McWilliams, WRMS Paraeducator Alice Bertels, Board of Education President Tom Bruno, and WRMS Teacher Lindsey Dowell.