Triumph & Tragedy in History
Northeast Arkansas (Region 2) History Day 2019
Arkansas State University, Humanities and Social Sciences Building
2401 Aggie Road, Jonesboro,AR
February 23, 2019
Registration Deadline: Feb 8
Websites and Papers due February 15
Each school may send a maximum of 10 entries in each category
State Competition April 13, 2019
University of Central Arkansas
All teachers and students must register to participate in the event.
Please check the "contest" link above for specifics about the actual events of the day
Student Page, NEA History Day
Congratulations on advancing to our regional competition at Arkansas State University on February 23rd. Set up for exhibits will begin at 9 a.m.; set ups should be finished by 9:20. Interviews for exhibits will begin at 9:30 a.m. Additional information on times will be sent in the week pryor to the competition.
To register, go to registration link at the top of this page and follow all directions! An email will be provided for paper submissions.
Papers and websites are due by February 15th.
Please make sure to check your process papers, annotated bibliographies, and entries to ensure that they follow all contest rules.
Click here to view the contest rule book.
Thank you, Teachers!
Thanks so much for getting your students involved in National History Day!
I know how much you have to do, and I really appreciate you being
willing to take on one more task.
Registration is due February 8th. Papers and websites must be submitted by February 15th.
Judges breakfast and instruction begins at 8:15 am.
Check the "contest" link above to see more details about the actual day.
Can't wait to see you and your students at Astate on February 23rd!
Judge Main Page
Thank you so much for agreeing to judge at the Region 2, NEA History Day competition at Arkansas State University on February 23. Without people like you, we could not have a competition!
It is important that you fill out the registration form by clicking on registration above.
This year's theme is Conflict and Compromise in History. The contest will run from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM in the Humanities and Social Science Building on the campus of Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas. We will have a training session from 8:15 to 9:15 for judges; a light breakfast will be served.
We will be in touch closer to the contest with specific information. If you are judging papers or websites, you will have your papers or websites by February 16 for judging. Then at the competition, you will just do an interview with the contestant!