Central West History Day Judges 2020
Thank you for volunteering to judge at the Central West History Day Contest at Quabbin Regional High School on Saturday, March 7th, 2020!
Please answer a few, short questions below so that we can make your judging experience as positive as possible. You will receive a follow-up email with more details about the contest early in February.
To learn more about National History Day in Massachusetts, check out our website at
Thank you for your support, and we look forward to celebrating history with you!
Gail Buckley, Central West MHD Judging Coordinator
Tell us more about yourself!
Judges are assigned to teams of two or three individuals, and we try to create teams that include a mix of people with different backgrounds and skill sets.
Please check all that apply:
I am a K-12 educator or librarian
I am the parent of a K-12 student
I have a child or student participating in this year's competition
I am a college/university instructor or librarian
I am a public historian, museum educator, or independent historian
I am a volunteer, board member, etc. with a historical organization or library
I am a former NHD student
I am a history enthusiast -- no particular organizational affiliation
I am participating as part of Yale's Alumni Day of Service
Have you judged at a MHD or NHD competition before?
No, this is my first time
Do you have any other experience with MHD or NHD?
Please rank the categories you prefer to judge (we will do our best to accommodate requests). If you have no preferences, let us know that too! Please note that judges for Website and Paper categories will receive their projects in advance to review before the contest.
Would you prefer to judge in the Junior (grades 6-8) or Senior (grades 9-12) division? *
Finally, do you have any conflicts of interest, such as family, friends, or students competing? Let us know and we will make sure to assign you to judge categories where you avoid these conflicts.
Additional information: is there anything else you would like us to know?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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