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Wyoming History Day

Wyoming History Day is a program affiliated with National History Day in which students develop historical research projects associated with an annual theme. Students in grades 6-12 create a project and compete with their peers in one of the following categories: historical papers, exhibits, documentaries, performances, or websites. There are two divisions: Junior (grades 6-8) and Senior (grades 9-12). Students can participate as a team, which is comprised of up to five students, or as individuals. Students from public, private, and home schools all participate, competing first at the local or district level, and advancing to state and national levels. Through their involvement in Wyoming History Day, students learn essential research, critical thinking, and communication skills that they can apply in all aspects of their lives. The Wyoming State Historical Society partnered with the Cultural Resources Department to produce an instructional DVD for teachers, students, and parents to create awareness and interest in the Wyoming History Day program.

History Day Video Video Presentation (Video Presentation)
History Day Video.
History Day Video Video Presentation (Video Presentation)
Educators Supplement.
Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources