Temecula charter student advances to state National History Day competition

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TEMECULA – In the midst of historic times, 232 students from 10 school districts and charter schools in Riverside County produced 147 entries projects as part of the 2021 Riverside County National History Day competition. One entry from Springs Charter School in Temecula will advance to the state-level competition. “Communications on the Underground Railroad: The Codes That Were the Key to Understanding,” was written by student Agatha McIntyre and entered by teacher Kelli Seawright in the “Senior Individual Performance” category. Featuring the 2021 theme of “Communication in History: The Key to Understanding,” the competition featured students in grades 4-5 who participated in the poster category, and junior division in grades 6-8 and senior division in grades 9-12 who
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