Congratulations to Tyron Calleroz and his teacher
Mrs. Trysta Asche of Arcadia Public Schools for their acceptance as one of sixteen teams to participate in
NHD's Sacrifice for Freedom: World War II in the Pacific Student and Teacher Institute!
See the press release below for more information
The Billy Michal Student Leadership Award
The National World War II Museum presents the Billy Michal Student Leadership Award to one 8-12 grade student from each state who demonstrates the American Spirit in their community. Nominees should have a strong record of volunteerism, school and/or community activism, or implementing creative solutions to recognized problems. Selected award recipients (along with a chaperone) will be flown to New Orleans to participate in the museum's American Spirit Awards celebration June 11-12, 2020. Nominations must be submitted by Friday, January 31st. Award recipients will be notifies by Friday, February 14th.
For more information: https://www.nationalww2museum.org/events-programs/special-events/american-spirit-awards#billymichalstudentleadershipaward.
Nomination Link: https://nationalww2museum.submittable.com/submit/148217/billy-michal-student-leadership-award-2020
We recommend nomination by teachers or Nebraska National History Day. If you would like to be nominated by Nebraska NHD, please contact Shari Sorenson at email@example.com.
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Thank you to The Durham Museum for hosting the Omaha District Contest for the past 25 years! We welcome Metropolitan Community College as the new Omaha District Contest host in the 2019-2020 academic year!
What is National History Day?
Nebraska National History Day (NE:NHD) is a non-profit education program based in Lincoln, NE. Established in 1985, NE:NHD offers academic programs that engage middle- and high-school students throughout Nebraska annually in conducting original research on historical topics of interest. These research-based projects are entered into contests at the local level, where the top student entries have the opportunity to advance to the State Contest at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln. Top ranking state contest projects have the opportunity to advance to the National Contest held at University of Maryland at College Park. National History Day seeks to improve the quality of history education by providing professional development opportunities and curriculum materials for educators.