Thank you, Colorado students for a wonderful year of Rights and Responsibilities!
Team Colorado did very well at the National Contest! 36
Colorado projects competed in College Park, Maryland. We had 11
entries advance to final rounds (A new Colorado record) click here
to see the final rankings.
Congratulations to Isabella Bowland from Southern Hills Middle School for bringing home the bronze for her Junior Individual Performance, "From Press, to Public, to Politicians: Exploring the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: It's Impact on the Rights of Human Subjects and the Responsibilities of All in a Democratic Society."
- Teachers: Exciting Ludlow workshop opportunity from the History Colorado Center. Click here for more details.
- Our annual NHDC and TPS Educator Workshop (September 11 &12 at the History Colorado Center) is now FULL. Click here to reserve a spot on our waitlist. Click here fore more details.
- Teachers: In the fall, NHD is going to be offering the first graduate course for
professional development for Social Studies teachers, English / Language Arts
teachers, and School Librarians. Participants have the opportunity to receive three graduate credits
from the University of San Diego for $600. Click here for more details.
- Click here to see the State Contest Awards and Winners! Click here to see the State Contest finalists
- Student Ambassadors Needed for Our First Annual NHDC Luncheon. Click here for the application. Click here for the "Save the Date" flyer for more information.
- Do you live in the Broomfield area and want to look at a local topic? Be sure to check out some upcoming lectures hosted by the City and County of Broomfield. Click here to learn more.
- Click here to support and learn more about Colorado Communities, 1914-2014. Colorado Communities, 1914-2014, a website to collect and display the artifacts and historical records that document the people, places, and events that not only made the headlines, but also quietly shaped the lives of everyday citizens. This website will be available online for all to enjoy and explore. It will feature photographs, maps, diaries, documents, postcards, scrapbooks, and other primary sources. The site will offer interactive timelines and maps for alternative ways to explore the collection and essays that help to place the materials in historical context.
- Students and Teachers: Thinking about topics and resources for the 2015 theme? Get a jump start by attending one of the amazing lectures (April-December) from the Forney Museum. Click here for more details.
- Teachers: We have a new classroom resource for you straight from our national NHD office! U.S. History in Global Perspective is a collaboration between National History Day, the History Channel, and the Longview Foundation. This free resource shows how NHD can be an effective tool for the 21st century classroom. Click here to access the free digital copy!
- Looking for an expert to interview on your topic? Check out our new Speaker and Interviewee Bureau. Click here for more information. Do you know anyone who might be interested in joining our Bureau? If so, contact Kendra Black
- Opportunities for Teachers from our Friends at DMNS. Click here to learn about free 60-minute teacher webinars available from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science
- Attention Teachers: Please contact us and we will help you to integrate History Day into your classroom.
- Looking for project examples? Check out the example page from the national office
- This website is a work in progress. Please alert Kendra Black should you see any issues.
A Very Special Thanks To:
Myra & Robert Rich
The Kenneth King Foundation
Walter S. Rosenberry, III Charitable Trust
Kendra & Eric Black
Amy & Shane Feiman