Buchanan High School students Matthew Clark, left, Sydney Fox, second from right, and Allison Hodge participated in the National History Day contest in Maryland from June 11-15. The Clovis Unified students won first place in the senior group performance category and were designated as National Endowment for the Humanities Scholars.
Buchanan High School students Matthew Clark, left, Sydney Fox, second from right, and Allison Hodge participated in the National History Day contest in Maryland from June 11-15. The Clovis Unified students won first place in the senior group performance category and were designated as National Endowment for the Humanities Scholars. Ricci Ulrich Buchanan High School
Buchanan High School students Matthew Clark, left, Sydney Fox, second from right, and Allison Hodge participated in the National History Day contest in Maryland from June 11-15. The Clovis Unified students won first place in the senior group performance category and were designated as National Endowment for the Humanities Scholars. Ricci Ulrich Buchanan High School

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