MERCED, Calif. (KFSN) -- North Valley students had a chance to show off all of their hard work on Friday at a history fair.
Third through eighth graders at Providence Christian School in Merced created backboards on different topics, including states, national parks and presidents. Each student also wrote a report and gave an oral presentation to the judges.
"I chose Woodrow Wilson. He was one of the most controversial presidents. One of the cool facts about him: He was the first president to throw a pitch at a World Series game," said eight grader Alison Bylsma.
Each year, the school rotates what type of fair they're doing, including science, missionary work and history.
Students put history on display in Merced
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