History students present their research

By From page A3 | May 10, 2013

Students in the seven sections of Race and Social Justice in U.S. History, an 11th-grade history course at Davis High School, will present their yearlong research at the fourth annual symposium on Wednesday, May 15. The event will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Davis High School Library, 315 W. 14th St.

Students were asked to identify a problem or issue in the United States. Then, they researched the extent to which these problems exist in the Davis community. Finally, they proposed feasible solutions to help alleviate the problem in Davis.

In addition to the research of all classes, there will be two formal presentations: “Effects of School Sports on Students’ Lives” and “Socioeconomic Class and Academic Achievement.” Light snacks will be provided.

“Please come and help celebrate the hard work and insightful findings of these young scholars,” a news release said.

Enterprise staff

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