Regional Science & Engineering Fair Winners
SCIENCE ROCKS AT LSHS!
Congratulations to the all of the LSHS students who participated in the Regional Science & Engineering Fair at the University of West Georgia on Friday, February 10! The students competed again Oak Mountain Academy, Carrollton City High School, Douglas County High School and Northgate High School.
The following students were section winners and will advance to the State Science Fair at University of Georgia March 30 - April 1.
Jaden L. and Anthony R.--2nd Place in Medicine & Health Sciences
Hope L.--3rd Place in Environmental Management
Kenneth T.--1st Place in Computer Science
Peter O. and Ruben V.--2nd Place in Engineering Materials & Bioengineering
Tiffany N. & Tyler N.--1st Place in Engineering Materials & Bioengineering
Blair C. & Nicholas G.--2nd Place in Earth & Space Science
The following students were category winners and won blue ribbons:
Brandon L. --1st Place in Computer Science
Cordell Palmer--1st pLace in Electrical & Mechanical Engineering.
See DCTV 23 video featuring the Science and Engineering Fair winners who discuss their winning district projects.
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