Social Studies Competitions
One Saturday, February 3, Morrow High School students participated in the CCPS Social Studies Fair and National History Day Competition. The following students received awards
National History Day 3rd Place: Noah Henley, Vy Le, and Yaremi Canas-Periban for their documentary "Lake Lanier"
National History Day 1st Place: Edith Perez Chavarria, Nini Nguyen, Kathy Huynh, Nhi Dang, and Linh Nguyen for their documentary "Beyond the Dream, the Rise of Black Power"
National History Day Best in Fair: Devid Reid, Brandon Jimenez, Fernando Escamilla, Yariti Mejia, and Bradon Elias for their documentary " 1921 Tulsa Massacre, Turning Point in History"
National History Day Honorable Mention: Joanna Chavez Hernandez, Jermitri, Mason, Paloma Duron-Mureno, Roland Jimenez-Cruz, and Huy Nguyen for their Group Website about the Bell Aircraft Company
National History Day 2nd Place: Eric Smith and Yanizet Howell for their Group Website "The Vietnam War"
National History Day 1st Place: Alyssa Battiste, Imani Thompson, Sharon Logan, Rachel Onile, Olutola Olulwatamilre for their Group Website "The Atlanta Olympics"
National History Day Best in Fair: Danica Lopez, Jackson Nguyen, Tamira Green, Ricardo Garcia, and Roi Tran for their Group Website "Magdalene Laundries"
Social Studies Fair Class III Honorable Mention: Imani Thompson, Alyssa Battiste, and Yaritzi Mejia for their project "To What Extent Should Narcan be Available in Public Facilities?"
Social Studies Fair Class III 3rd Place: Rachael Onile and Sharon Logan, for their project " To What Extent are Food Deserts and Issue in metro Atlanta?"
Social Studies Fair Class III 2nd Place: Yanizet Howell for her project " To What Extent can Japan's Population Decline be Reversed?
Social Studies Fair class III 1st Place: Yaremi Canas- Pariban and Vy Le"To What Extent of Inhumanity if Faced by Immigrants in ICE Detention Centers"
Social Studies Fair Class III Best in Fair: Linh Nguyen for her project ""To What Extent Should Palestine by Awarded Independence?"