Rogers teens earn first place at national history competition

Posted: June 17, 2017 at 1 a.m.

State Rep. Jana Della Rosa (right), R-Rogers, presents framed copies of a House of Representatives resolution Friday honoring three teens who took a first-place award at the 2017 National History Day Contest at the University of Maryland. The team of New Technology High School students includes (from left) Venkata Panabakam, Sidra Nadeem and Denise Martinez. The team took first in the senior group documentary category at the national competition.

ROGERS -- A team of three Rogers teens this week became the first from Northwest Arkansas to earn a first-place prize in the National History Day contest.

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Source: Staff Report

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