Welcome to the Ohio Youth Contest

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Welcome to the 2020 Ohio History Day Youth Contest!

 

The Ohio History Day Youth Contest is for students grades 4th and 5th. Students may enter either exhibit or performance projects. Click "Create Account - Student" above to register. The registration fee is $10. For more information see the Youth Division Rule Book or visit our Youth Division webpage

Contest Date: Saturday, April 25, 2020 

Location: Ohio Wesleyan University
                 61 S. Sandusky St.
                 Delaware, OH 43211

For more information, contact the State Coordinator at historyday@ohiohistory.org.  

 

  

Ohio History Day Logo.JPGWelcome to the 2020 Ohio History Day Youth Contest!

 

The contest will take place at Ohio Wesleyan University on Saturday, April 25, 2020.

We're so glad that you've decided to participate in History Day this year. Before you get started there are a few things we'd like you to keep in mind

1.  Your teacher must be registered in order for you to register. Please wait to register until you're sure your teacher has already done so. 

2. If you have a group entry, you'll all need to link your accounts to the same project.

3. If you are a parent registering a student, use the student's name to register.

4. Each student participating in the Youth Contest must pay a $10 registration fee. Payments will be accepted by credit card or by check. Please make checks payable to Ohio History Connection and mail to the address below.

5. For more information on the contest, research guides, tips for creating your project, and many more resources visit the Ohio History Day Student Page and Youth Division Page.

Register Here!

Registration for the 2020 Ohio History Youth Contest closes on April 11th at 11:59 p.m. Late registrations will not be accepted.

Ohio History Connection
800 E. 17th Ave
Columbus, OH 43201
Attn: Ohio History Day

 

Ohio History Day Logo.JPGWelcome to the 2020 Ohio History Day State Contest!

 

Thank you for all you do in supporting your students with their History Day projects!  We're so glad that you've decided to participate in History Day this year! A few things to keep in mind as you register for the contest this year.

1. Please register yourself before you make registration available to your students. By registering first, your students and their projects will be linked to you. 

2. If you don't see your school on the list, please contact contest coordinator Samantha Rubino to add your school.

3. You can check on your students' registrations using the "My Students" link in the menu bar above.

4. For more information and resources for teachers, visit the History Day Educator Page.

Register Here!

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Welcome to the 2020 Ohio History Day State Contest!

 

Thank you for your interest in judging at the 2020 Ohio History Day Youth Contest!  This contest takes place on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at Ohio Wesleyan University and serves students all throuought the state of Ohio grades 4 and 5.

We are looking for teachers and professors, historians, museum professionals, and anyone with a love of history and community! The judge sign-up form allows you to request a specific History Day category that aligns with your profession or experience. If you have no preference, no problem! We'll find a category that needs your help.

Before the History Day contest you will receive your judging assignment with information on the category you will be judging and a contest rule book to read through prior to the event. The packet you receive will also contain information about what time you will need to arrive at the competition location for your judge orientation session and further instructions. For more information on judging, testimonials from past judges, and tips on how to evaluate History Day Projects, visit our History Day Judges Page.

Register to judge here!

 

 

 

 

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