Riverview School eighth graders participate in 2018 National History Day competition

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Forty-nine Riverview School eighth grade students recently completed their National History Day projects and participated in the local competition held at Riverview School on Monday, Jan. 29.

Twenty-six of the students were selected to move on with their project to the regional competition at Carroll University in Waukesha on Saturday, Feb. 24. They are:  Nathan Ernst, Fayth Appenzeller, Zach Glass, Owen Rosengarden, Jon Copenhaver, Chase Goodwin, Abbey Grumbeck, Christian Randolph, Tyee Simek, Cassiel Siggeman, Hailee Smith-Beth, Lillian DeVries, Kaitlyn Keller, Olivia Horvath, Leif Glassmann, Angelina Olson, Mackenzie Belletini, Delaney Snow, Neysa Thompson, James Griffiths, Mason Gauger, Alisandra Piazza, Hailey Bradshaw, Ashton Leahy, Sarah Franas, Annika Wenzel.

Hailey Bradshaw,  Sarah Franas  and Ali Piazza will be moving on to the state competition at the University of Wisconsin- Madison on Saturday, April 21 with their exhibit entitled “Agent Orange.”


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