The Temecula Valley Museum proudly announces winners from the 19th Annual Third Grade History Contest. This contest encourages creativity and ingenuity while teaching the importance of preserving Temecula’s rich history for the appreciation of many future generations. Students were awarded medals and certificates in recognition of the imaginative expressions that represent the cherished history of the Temecula Valley.
The anonymous, unsigned projects were judged at the Temecula Valley Museum by judges Bob Hagel (Planning Commissioner); Kathryn Sizemore (Community Services Commission Chair); Yuan Hawkes (Community Services Commissioner); Jackie Steed (REDI Commission Vice Chair); and Crystal Pastorian (REDI Commissioner). All scorecards were carefully tabulated to determine the winners.
Fourteen students from two schools participated with eleven creative projects submitted. Entries highlighted aspects of Temecula’s history through various categories: Three-Dimensional Display; Poster Display; Written Report, Video, and PowerPoint Presentation. The winning projects and awards included
1st Place (Group Project)
Nésecat Ortiz Néssicat Kihúut Jensen-Hedegaard Wáavish Húnwut Ambler Wi'áaşal: The Great Oak Chámmakilawish School
2nd Place - Tie
Ruth Capárapish Nawítmal Zamora 'Éxva Teméeku: Chámmakilawish School
Capárapish Zamora The Káamalam, Chámmakilawish School
Guáavish Púula Maxon:
Pilá'chilash Yumáykawish,Chámmakilawish School
The City of Temecula Community Services Department congratulates the winners and thanks all students and judges for participating in the 19th Annual Third Grade History Contest.