Washington Union High School is proud to announce that 4 teachers and 13 students were accepted to Fresno State’s Reachable History and Civics Teaching and Learning Project.  Each year, 50 teachers and 100 students from throughout the greater Fresno County area are chosen to study a topic from American history.  This year’s focus is Native Americans, the environment and Yosemite National Park. As part of the project, students will attend a week long summer camp at Fresno State and then participate in a 3 day study trip to Yosemite National Park alongside graduate students and history professors from Fresno State.  

Teacher Participants Chosen for the Grant:   

Tobin Dean

Ashlee Lidyoff

Koby Voung

Justin Woltz


11th and 12th Grade Students Chosen for the Grant

Yanelli Martinez

Lilly Rodriguez

Zyrya Arellano

Ashley Arellano

Delmira Jimenez

Maggie Ramirez

Claire Yang

Natalie Madrigal

Joeleen Munoz

Derek Morris

Esmeralda Cortez-Rea

Fredi Gonzalez

Maiger Xiong

Congratulations to the project participants.  We can’t wait for you to bring your learning back to Washington Union!