Clark Elementary School students recently traveled to the University of Kentucky to compete in the state competition of National History Day.

Bailey Beyer and Kara Brien won first place in the state for their website, The Great Flood of 1937.

Max Tolar and Nathan Franklin also took home a first-place prize with their documentary, "Amelia Earhart: The Mystery."

Sasha Black and Madelyn Boling won second place for their website, Prevailing Women: Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and the Fight for Women's Suffrage.

Caroline Adkins also won second place for her documentary, "The Triumphs and Tragedies of America's Favorite Aviatress, Amelia Earhart."

Naarah White won third place state honors for her performance, Nothing is Impossible.

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