Washington D.C.: Student historical research exhibited at film fest

Washington, D.C. (May 28, 2015) – A grassroots film fest featuring the work of students reporting from communities throughout the U.S. will be exhibiting at Annandale High School (AHS) in Annandale, Va. 4 p.m. Saturday June 6 for the American History Film Project (AHFP). Ty Kvanvig, Teven Marshall and Lexi Rice of Mullen, Nebraska are three seventh grade students in the World History class of Mullen resident Kelly Garcia.

Ty and Teven’s video is a how ­to guide to constructing a sod house in the fashion of plains pioneers. Lexi Rice’s video is an interview concerning an infamous local crime that spurred a national investigation. Lexi is expected to attend the premier with teacher Kelly Garcia, who will represent her other students Ty and Teven. Their films are two of only four entries selected nationwide to be showcased at the exhibition. Read more:

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