Nine RHS Students Receive RI History Day Awards
Nine Rogers’ Juniors received awards at the Rhode Island National History Day Ceremony.
Lydia George won the RI Labor History Award for her individual exhibit.
Myranda Fuentes earned third place in historical paper, Fiona Heaney earned third place in website and Gabrielle Hermes earned third place in documentary film.
Chase Ceglie, Will Chilton, and Devon Mello earned second place for their group performance on the history of jazz. Clare Brown and Elizabeth Rudd earned first place for their group exhibit on the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Congratulations to all students who participated in National History Day this year.
Special thanks to faculty members Dave Connell (Advertising – Design and New Media), Brian Ferreira (Carpentry), Alan Bernstein (Music), Hope Chella (Art), Barbara Wunderler (Art) and Monica Awde (Academy of Information Technology) for providing expert advice and assistance to the NHD students.