National History Day 2001

The National History Day program is an exciting education program designed for students in grades 6-12. All types of students participate in History Day; public, private, parochial, and home-school students; urban and rural students.

Last year as a special holiday present to Dad, David W. and I co-sponsored a special award in Women's history in Mom's name, and I volunteered to help with NHD national competition. This year I'd like to sponsor a prize again and was wondering if you would be interested in chipping in. The full cost is $625. For more information on the organization, this year's theme, and details about the state activities that go on throughout the year click on the link below. Let me know if you'd like to chip in. Thanks. -SZap

The first picture below is the Senior Division Winner of the Women's History Prize co-sponsored by the Lois Zapolsky Memorial Fund for Women and History, and the Coordinating Council for Women in History.
Lynette Yorgey School Without Walls. Teacher: Gloria Cobbs Washington, DC Topic: The Taliban

The Junior Division Winners:
Jenna Pergande, Nicole Lockhart. Lovett Ledger Intermediate Teacher: Dina Williamson Copperas Cove, Tx. Topic: Women Who Answered the Call: WWII Service.

For more information go to the following links: