Thirty three students from Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition recently competed in the St. Lucie County History Fair after completing research projects using the National History Day theme, “Revolution, Reaction, & Reform in History”.  Students competed in the five categories, including exhibit, research paper, performance, documentary, and website. Of those 33 students,  the 17 students pictured placed either first or third at the district competition.  First place winners will attend the Florida State History Fair from April 29th-May 1st in Tallahassee, FL. where they will compete with students from around the state with hopes of attending the National History Day competition in Washington, D.C.  First place winners were Junior Group Documentary, “The History of Movie Making” – Gabriella Lara and Candice Lindo, and Junior Group Performance, “The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938” – Nataly Duarte, Caelan Mahieu, Ashley Petrow and Jessica Stelly.