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Two district students win national history awards
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Two district students win national history awards

Dunedin, Florida -- Two Pinellas County Schools students won awards at the National History Day competition at the University of Maryland that was held June 9-13.

Mia Radovanovic, 16, a rising junior at Palm Harbor University High School, received the third place award in the Senior Individual Exhibit category for her project “Margaret Sanger: A Birth in Women’s Control.” Mia advanced to the national competition after placing second in the 2012-13 Florida History Fair.

Amy Pacskiewicz, 14, who just completed her eighth-grade year at Dunedin Highland Middle School, took sixth place in the Junior Individual Website category for her project entitled “Chairman Mao’s Purgatory: The Impact of Communist Russia on China.” Amy advanced to nationals after placing second in the state competition.

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