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History Night 2019

Junior Kenneth Glore can be seen demonstrating his part of the presentation. He was describing the uses for radioactive material during the Manhattan Project.

Junior Kenneth Glore can be seen demonstrating his part of the presentation. He was describing the uses for radioactive material during the Manhattan Project.

Jamilah Phillip-Johnson

Junior Kenneth Glore can be seen demonstrating his part of the presentation. He was describing the uses for radioactive material during the Manhattan Project.

Jamilah Phillip-Johnson

Jamilah Phillip-Johnson

Junior Kenneth Glore can be seen demonstrating his part of the presentation. He was describing the uses for radioactive material during the Manhattan Project.

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History Night is one of Pottsville’s greatest traditions. Every year, juniors in Mr. Taronis’ American history classes get into groups to give students and parents a glimpse into the past with a topic of their choosing. There were so many topics for people to choose from that there was no shortage of presentations to be found enjoyable, both for the ones presenting and the ones watching those presentations.

Jamilah Phillip-Johnson
Students can be seen picking up programs for the night. There was the possibility to attend four half-hour presentations from 6:00-9:00.

Junior James Blake, holding his scale replica of the twin towers, discuses how he thinks the night is going with Senior Donna Lonnergan.

Jamilah Phillip-Johnson
Sophmores Kaleigh Bryan and Grace Mongrain rush to get to the first presentation of the night. Junior Caleb Roos can be seen in the background gathering materials for his group’s showcase of the history of basketball.

Jamilah Phillip-Johnson
Inside of this room was a presentation about serial killers from the 20th century. One can only imagine the horros that lurk behind that door!

Jamilah Phillip-Johnson
Junior Alyssa DeLeon eagerly awaits giving her part of the presentation on John F. Kennedy.

Michael Johnson-Ponce
The picture was drawn on the board in the room where a history of basketball was presented. Fun fact, basketball was invented by a Canadian!

Michael Johnson-Ponce
Presentations on the histories of sports were quite abundant this year. This particular one went through the history of baseball decade by decade, helping the audience get a feel for the evolution of the sport in American culture.

Parents and students shuffle through the hallway and try to figure out where they would like to go next.

Junior Isabelle Myers was so excited about history night that she touched her foot to the top of her head!

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