EUP Regional History Day 2020
History Day Theme - Breaking Barriers in History - Get Started!
Friday, March 13, 2020
Advancement: Click - Advancement to the EUP Regional History Day Registration and Deadlines:
Registration by Districts - To register your students please complete the Online Registration by Wednesday, February 26, 2020
~ Websites - Weebly will no longer be used. NHD is creating a website platform and it should be ready November 1. While students wait, we encourage them to focus on their research and project development.
~ Papers are due by midnight on Monday, March 2, 2020. Please email to: email@example.com.
This is considered your FINAL for judges.
~ NEW! Documentaries are due by midnight on Monday, March 2, 2020. Instructions on how to Upload to Google Drive.
Locations: Competition is located at Lake Superior State University, Cisler Center
Awards Ceremony is located at Lake Superior State University, Arts Center
Grade Levels: 3rd - 12th, enter as an Individual or Group (maximum 5 students) Schedule & Activities: Will be posted by Monday, March 9, 2020 Categories: Connect with HSM: The best way to keep up on all things Michigan History Day is through their social media channels (Facebook and Instagram at Michigan History Day and Twitter @mihistoryday). Special Award: Susan Schacher Award presented by the River of History Museum
Historical Society of Michigan - Please see for Student Handbook, Theme Book, Resources and ALL information you will need for your preparation!
National Competition, visit National History Day
The regional event will adhere to the standards outlined in the National History Day program, and winners from grade 4 and up will have the opportunity to compete at the state-level competition held in April.
EUP Regional History Day 2019
Theme - "Triumph & Tragedy in History"
Susan Schacher Award
The 2019 recipient is Noah Weber, a 6th grade student from St. Mary’s Catholic School. Noah’s project was an exhibit entitled “Edmund Fitzgerald: ‘We're Holding Our Own’ - Captain Ernest McSorley,” which is currently on display for public viewing at the River of History Museum.
Picture - Lindsay Brindley, EUPISD Social Studies Consultant, Noah Weber, and Dr. Thomas Robinson from the River of History Museum.