Welcome to Upper Shore Regional History Day!
Saturday, March 7, 2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
National History Day and Upper Shore Regional History Day do not censor Contest entries based upon content. This means that the views and opinions expressed in student entries are those of the students and/or the sources cited in their projects. They may not and often do not represent the views or opinions of National History Day, Inc. or its donors, sponsors, supporters, partners, or affiliates
Upper Shore Regional History Day Student Page
Welcome students! This page will provide you with information to help you through every step in the NHD process. If you have specific questions, please contact your teacher!
How to Create an NHD Project: A Step-by-Step Guide
Choosing a Topic
Creating an Entry
There are five different types of projects that you can complete for History Day. Documentaries, Exhibits, Performances, and Websites can be done as a group or individually. Papers may only be done individually. Take a look at the guidebooks, rules checklists, and evaluation rubrics for each type of project below to see what you might be interested in. After your work is underway, refer back to these guides to keep you on track.
Judge Main Page
Thank you for your time and expertise in dedication to our students! As a judge in the Upper Shore Regional History Day competition, there are many things to consider. This page is designed to help you understand National History Day, the judging process, and specific information relative to the Upper Shore Regional contest.
Please take some time to look through all of the materials carefully. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Tom Crise or Thomas Hayman, USRHD contest coordinators, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach out to our contest Judge Coordinator, Lindsee Harrell at email@example.com
It's not just a day, it's an experience!
Thank you for your interest in the Upper Shore Regional History Day competition. The competition's success depends upon enthusiastic volunteers to serve as judges. Are you a history enthusiast, college or university instructor, K-12 teacher, curator, archivist, or historic sites manager? Anyone with an interest in history and a willingness to encourage children as they explore and practice historical research is welcome to volunteer as a History Day judge. Please complete your registration if you would like to be a judge.
As a volunteer judge, you will be asked to attend a brief orientation and training workshop on the morning of the competition. During the orientation session you will meet the rest of your judging team and receive instructions for the judging process and the day's anticipated timeline. History Day is a fast paced event that requires flexibility and good humor and we thank you in advance for your assistance making this a positive and memorable experience for volunteers and students alike. Although we encourage judges to remain for the awards ceremony, it is not required.
Upper Shore Regional History Day looks for volunteers to help with all aspects of the competition. This is a great option for your spare time and to build your resume. Service Learning hours will be offered to student volunteers. Help with registration, be a campus guide, help with clean up. We can use your individual talents in many ways!