Despite all the pressures of the pandemic, KAS had four middle school students place in this year’s National History Day competition!
August M. got first place for his documentary on the political cartoons of Thomas Nash entitled: “Tammany Tigers Loose! The Power of Communication through Political Cartooning”
Isa K. followed up with second-place honors for her documentary, “Communicating Through the Camera Lens: White House Photographers and Their Images are Key to Understanding the Presidency”
In the historical paper category, Nolan S. received second place for his paper, “One sport, One Jersey, and Two Men: Communicating Reconciliation (Rugby, Nelson Mandela, and Francois Pienaar)
Griffin L. got a third-place award for his paper called A ‘Not So Silent Gesture: Communicating Truth for Public Understanding (The John Carlos and Tommie Smith 1968 Olympic Protest)”
Congrats to all!