WARSAW — Warsaw Community Middle Schools recently celebrated success at the National History Day regional competition. The event, which was held in Fort Wayne on Saturday, Feb. 17, invited students to present history projects before a panel of judges from across the region. Students presented various mediums of projects including exhibits, documentaries, papers, performances and websites.
Several students from both Edgewood and Lakeview middle schools competed in the competition. Students advancing to the state competition in the group exhibit category include: Zachary Nicholas and Andrew Frush; Kaci Krebs and Tes Berelsman; Jennifer Tlahuextl, Elena Crawford, Ava Knight and Tate VanHouten; Wini Barnett, Myah Ault, Aspen Wagoner and Sydney Langhorn; Elana Sullivan, Hannah Shapiro and Abby Rahn; Kaylee Ochoa and Rachel Doyle.
Students advancing to the state competition in the individual exhibit division include Regan Brouwer and Bianca Jordan. In addition, Anastasia Kalikova will advance to the state level in the documentary division and Jessica Pogue will advance in the individual paper division.
WCS would like to congratulate all students on their impressive performance as well as commend the staff and parents who helped in preparing students for the event. The state competition will be held on Saturday, April 14.