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Goose Creek CISD Students Compete at National History Day
06/19/2018

Connor Fanning, sixth-grade student at Gentry Junior School, is pictured with MK Marshall, Texas History Day coordinator, at the University of Maryland during the National History Day competition. Connor was recognized by Texas History Day with the Outstanding Entry Award, and he  placed sixth in Junior Individual Documentary  at National  History Day. Connor is the son of Michael Fanning (Ross S. Sterling High School) and Natosha Fanning (Ross S. Sterling High School). This is the 28th consecutive year Goose Creek CISD students have advanced to National History Day.

 

Connor Fanning, sixth-grade student at Gentry Junior School, is pictured with MK Marshall, Texas History Day coordinator, at the University of Maryland during the National History Day competition. Connor was recognized by Texas History Day with the Outstanding Entry Award, and he placed sixth in Junior Individual Documentary at National History Day. Connor is the son of Michael Fanning (Ross S. Sterling High School) and Natosha Fanning (Ross S. Sterling High School). This is the 28th consecutive year Goose Creek CISD students have advanced to National History Day.

 


 


Six Goose Creek CISD students competed at the recent National History Day Competition in  Washington, D.C. on the campus of the University of Maryland. Pictured are (from left) Ruth Patino, 10th grade, Goose Creek Memorial High School; Reese Benoit, sixth grade, Cedar Bayou Junior School; Connor Fanning, sixth grade, Gentry Junior School; Brandon Broussard, eighth grade, Gentry Junior School;  Riley Benoit, eighth grade, Cedar Bayou Junior and Madeleine Broussard, eighth  grade, Gentry Junior School. Connor’s entry received the Outstanding Entry Award at the Texas History Day competition and placed sixth in Junior Individual Documentary at National History Day. Goose Creek CISD has taken students to National History Day for 28 years.

 

Six Goose Creek CISD students competed at the recent National History Day Competition in Washington, D.C. on the campus of the University of Maryland. Pictured are (from left) Ruth Patino, 10th grade, Goose Creek Memorial High School; Reese Benoit, sixth grade, Cedar Bayou Junior School; Connor Fanning, sixth grade, Gentry Junior School; Brandon Broussard, eighth grade, Gentry Junior School; Riley Benoit, eighth grade, Cedar Bayou Junior and Madeleine Broussard, eighth grade, Gentry Junior School. Connor’s entry received the Outstanding Entry Award at the Texas History Day competition and placed sixth in Junior Individual Documentary at National History Day. Goose Creek CISD has taken students to National History Day for 28 years.

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